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ByJEFFSH ESt EK ■ ■ ■ • Inlo the Snak( ke River from -Uie creeks. Valley iy aquaculture opcr^allon could d be t ^successfully^ Seven of.Ui Uie 13 focllilles could be serviced'

'TlmM -News write riter Trout Farms. I. Inc.. has filed applications wiUi U r" conducU>d. company officials sa> s a y .-- • from Valley ' Trout's 1 property near Bridal Veil!’

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HAGERMAN - A Magic : Valley-company V

the Idaho Dep

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ipartmenl of W aler Resouroes fqr (JT- Tlic com pnny-projccts lhat hat 20-2S million Falls In the lOOOSpringsarea. IOC

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-- plans to Install 13 enormous float loating trout farm s the rights to'v

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'w ater at tiie m outha^f J 3 ,creif}ts ks ^ . pouD ^p f trout could be ra ise£d d annually a If all 13 , Valley Troi

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stralg h t-m o n lh ;-I^ g e2; i r - ; — - ------------------------------------ ------- Each of-tlKJ UouUarmsjwiiild. u ltL b e m fc e l long prolectlons of if Uie .average year-round flow of Th(} company cxpix-i? to reacii acii lull pruiiiction -alongthe rivei Ter hfpi^Vrde (irem W ttfconvehleiit-iand

115 feet wide. Each would I hoi hold 54 wire cages •those c re c k s.'

------- aU JU ta p la nncd sites wilhin ten years, but It is access to Its facllllles. fa ■ ' :*<

PRO G c a p i t a l ; \ WilUarfts, a sm all \ M nw lilchtroutw duldbe^w n. >. Valley Troul ul Farm s applied for the-rl^ta^to to- ' pps3 |ble;fuilproducUorij;»uIffbc FBcl^li^hed within------^ lU s-sald ^ ^^n c w jo a d 3 ,o iiib u n d ln ^ ' w ill • be

- -to w n in so u th ern O rego 'on m a y beco m e th e' •

.. ..;T lic floating farm s would He lie at.Uie i mouth o f - 7 250 cubic feet I of 1 w ater per second a t Ih'e m oiiur Ul five years, according lo-Ken Ellis. Elll Buhl, owner- constructed In I; the Snake. River ~Canyon''Inj~7

strearti^and springs beginning Ig al at Alpheus Creek ' of Alpheus Crc

fro g capita] of th e couni

reck n ear fw ln Falls (the easlem n- - president of Valley Trout F atins.

n try .P a g e 2 8 .

ms. associalion wli ivlUi Uic project. -. 'V -

north of Twin Falls and reach fl as far down river . m'bst projecle led faciHty location),>375 cfs aat t Ellis estimated that the e floating f farm s E llis claIr ilm cd the fa c u ltie s w IIIj noC

. asBiliingsIeyCreekbelowHagct igcrman. 'C rystal Spring igs, 330 cfs a t N iagara Springs, 800 60 eventually would employ about out ](^ people and slgnlficanUy ’ disrupt 1 the flow.' of th e river,' - ^

Tlie project's sponsors say y II It would double . c fs a tQ e a rL ^kra-Idaho a Pow er Plant, Mttcfs a t t . . creaU: 2k) new Jobs in the.trout rout processing in -. ■‘There wion’l. 't be any alterallonof-current.- It’s ---

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. production in the Magic Valley ley and raise state B r lg ^ Springs is, 200 cfs a l Banbury Spring. 1000 00 dustry, bringing an additional mat $5 million In slricUyaflow- w-Uirougli o ^ ra llo n ." hesald.

• production by ,70 per ccntUiroug DUgli producing $40 ' cfsatB o x C an nyon. Blind Canyon and-Bluelieart rt • w ages annually Into the local ecoi economy. ; Thecagcsw win be placed In po5lllons.dcsigt{ed v .

million worth of tn u t a year.

Springs; inoo. ). cfs at 1000 Springs and Sand

POCKETBOOK: F'ed e

id Eacli floating faclllly will be « anchored a: by a 4- to achlcve the Ficmaximum period of c le a r w ater -

e ral rreg u latio n s

Valley Trout Farm s. Inc.. plans plai lo Install Uie Springs. 400 c cfs at Blckle Springs and lOOO 00 fool by4*fool by 10-foot concretes !te structure which . essential lo a 1 fisli-rearing fl operation.

a n d m ounting co sts pla [ague S alm o n R iv e r

aquaculture facilities, conslstlni iling of wire mesh - Springs. 1 cfs a t Riley ,Creck and oUier cr will tw rooted In Uie bed of Uie Uu Snake River. Valley Troul )ul Farm s Is not. worried about the

o utfitters a n d guides. P a g e 2 4 .'

cagcs suspended.beneath a ) floating fl wooden ' springs. 400 cfs fs below the plant (m ixed springs), 1), According to Ellis. th c » struct -uclures consUlutc possibility of f Uie ti w ater level dropping so low Its

platform. in.lSseparatelocation! ions. 400 cfs at pigg

Bend, Buckeyc, Bell and Mixed Id "U ieonlyslroom bedm odlflcationi lonrequlred, ' facilities woi rould becomc jnoperatlve. Bob

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k>e~=Oltorbynn.-Buhl:rwho?wlHrb« lrberinTcfaorge.-of:::-_-.WcaverrBuhl; hlrattorncy:for.V 8ll,cy::TroutT:5a td rir:

Snake River jusl downslream n from fr Uic mouliis Lower Salmon in’Falls uam for a total liiirtg on'

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jn— p rmluLlloii-aH tHv-nnw fnplltlles Ups, said Uie con- the facllllIcs 1 coul^ C' be operated "If It’s (stream

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“ Of-^prlng-fW- creeks-floW ng-i ig -in to -th e-S n ak e-'-6 ,0 0 0 « s.— —

-- cretestructurcsw lH berem ovabl 'able............................. lluW)aik>at,lli

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River from the north. T^e fa facilities will be Valley Trout jt’s plans dd not call for diversion )n Tlie company will servlcc ; Uie Ui faclllllos by ' -Ellis added !d Uial the maximum depth of Uie.....

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creeks' before that w ater mii m in x es wlUi the Valley Troul ut Farm s filed applications at II " tru c fc raT T h c river’s ^ g c . can 5an 7 fticm to'TKe ’ Uie cagijsTwlil flilch'wiirbe construcged in J 'i fdbrr.”

m urky w ater of Uie rtver.

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■ . every location n between Twin F alls and lower •r floating cagcS.-and them return im Uiem lo trucks sections, could jld be raised and the uppciLSCcUim ;

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am ong o th e r things 's, te a c h e r co n tra c t

negotiations, w hich are •e n o 'p ic n lc .P a g e 4 .‘

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'A B B Y : V ietnam ese } re ftig ee h a s-p o o r •

opinion of two-tinilngol< )ld*tlm er. P ageS a!

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E N ER G Y ANSWER R : M uscle p ow er : 1 MAGIC VALLEY -_ O fflcl: ficlals .of varlous_en- pcrmltji ^ifi'en there w as no applicable state ate perm it, bul______ __________ BC BOISE-(UPI).—J»rcsldenLCartcr.dc declared UicState of IcW io---^-—

m ay be one a n sw e r .to ;o th e e n e rg y shor-

-vironmental o'gcnclcs do not yet aBtknowN^’h I atto m a k e o r - hefeltifli ftranrrcrc-ira.stattjte which gbveiri m s.tiie ■•dlrcct ■ adl£ I d isaster area today and Gov. John V. V Evaris called ll a-m ajor -

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•Valley Trout Farms, Inc., piflns.l ins.to a e r a t e J3.800-foot-' cohveya ■ance"-of organic m aterial Into slali aW w aters and step Icp lowai^ relief from whal appears I to t( be Uirworsl drouglil the —

'long floating fish-rearingplatfom 'onris In th,pra

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Uic'water. "It doesn’t fir'undcr

icrefore a feed shortage. He u ld the he program s triggered by'

der our u is lln g perm it . Public 1 Lands, said, "In as mucli as s Uiere is no . ■ ^,ppj 19 presidential deiilaratlons should pmw videaidlnlhisarea. . i .

program ," he explained. -— " ■ prec’edei

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enftforThls type'of ed In Mareh. He dented i cdlrectlnglhe

paym ent of hundreds . \

British'Intervlc^ver David Frosi rost drew to a close reg ret m ost d< ^ p l y cam e with Uic statem ents" s " ' WlUi Frost, bearing dovra n I In prosecutorial of Uiousands' Is of dollai? In hush m o n ^ to k ^ -

Wednesday niglit, the-form ner er president gave he made in Ui lhat. period ;ln the face oT vyhat he b e .. ; fashion.i.r^oh'A jnajor.'adm nlsslon bs w as (hat h e - th e .origiiia na) • W atergato: - b u rg la rs “ frdm

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“ li I I d the Amcricon'people« jle down, and I have ‘.‘Pebplcrdldi dn'l Uilnk 11 w as enough to admlit it ; V ...iudcr Uie circumstances, ^ I would h ave (0 personnel frbi rom W atergate involvement.

to carry that burden with mle e fc for Uie rest of m y raistakes. fine, Cr!' Nixon said, noddlnghis head up ip .. say Uial a rcoMnable perMS )» could c call that a He conUindi ided (hat If he really wanted (0 covt^'

life. My political life Is over ...

anddovwi. still III sh ak in g in a low, sio w x a y . r U ‘lf~ -^v avbp,!i-N lx « M aId r-'‘I-didn’ idn’t-Uilok-of-lt-asa — (qx-tha-scandt

. ; “ WhUe technically I dfd not lot ( commit a crime. Uiey w ant’me le to.gel down and grovel-on the. iio- coyenip."

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~an Impeachable offense, ds far as tlie handling floor, no. Neve ’er." . ' . . , But Nbcon dcnled~he obslru slruclcd Justice by clemencyordi rder for all the arrested men. . ^

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orehing scrutiny to assure any cliari tiarges B rucc said the•

temporary surcharge"” . '

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Commission---------- -oppr proved by-thc-commisslon are-falr.-J Ir.-Just_____ -.-w ould amounL-to 3.6 3.69-mllls-:::per kilowall„ ; ' „ _ ^

- announced late Wednesd iday .it will expedite - and d reasonable." Robert Ixnaglien, , cc com- hour or sHgliliy more )re than a Ujird of a'cent. ' ~

• requests for emergenc wy surcharges by miss Isslon president, said. '

Tlie average rcsidi identtal user .last , year

Idaho Pow er Co. and ’ WasJiingtpp-Water pP n rttident^ Jam e s - E. . Bruce said d the .'consum ed H .012 kl kilowatt hours, and Uie ...........

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BF_ Rnwyr'Cft' wllti »»» «a?l cltcdullnje.of public— i:— — drou o u ght~ ha»—B liarply-reduced—)iy< ■hydro--------- -^ a v e ra ^ u s to m c taov v c ra llc o n au m e d i3^ i : __________^

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5 >crcent fortliesccondstrolglit V•

creases exceeded 1 per CCM for Tlie Wholesale P iice inSfiT" a -------------—niade,-*'-UPI reports.—

offset-substantial addcd.cost&of.then jetm al________ per.monUi for.the:av average customer overall__________

; Snonth, in April, promising a

Iwo consecutive montlis. Tiiese stood a t 194.3, in. A pril,

Idalio Pow er has appl ?lied for a 3.69 mill • and id purchase power to m a k e ’up one enersy . . and_$4.l5 per mo nonlh for Uie average

5 t!8urgcnce of inflalion for

in creases ultlm atie|y a r e 'reflecting an annual increase 545 "• '■ per kllowatl Mrchor£c a on all b illin g a n c r deflc flclencles exoccted to continue Uiroi tiroucli residential user.

j\m c rlc a n consumers, llic pa.ssed along to consumers In • of7.2pcrccnt.T hlsm cansthat a t- - , . -M aylSM fapprovcd.U iat Qt would add $4.1C to next txlMareh.

Tlie proposed surt ireliarge, which would be-.

■ ^ b o r Department reported hlglier retail priccs.

. . goods costing flOO in 1^ , now w Uie average residential bl billof$23,05yorj-,127______ ^ nIn

Us application, Uie company sold Id that t

removed ^r reduce ced as water conditions .

“^ l o d o y . FooV mnvMi_JntO . : Burlingame, Calif.; one son,

. * Bom Dcc. 28., 1906. in Rush* ■Jerom

e wIiere'Mr. Stoehr was Duane Stoetir, Keoms, utaii;

___ Hrille.Neb.Jic attended scJtooJs. _,j om plpy.ed_ by Id a . G em ' < one brother, Virgil,, Stoehr,

In Ruslivllie and.Siu ;as—well - a s -In creasln g -th e— ^ The siippors a ro full ully lin o d w ith.- la n o lin V

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis. May,

th e E aster Seal Center. Twin

d e m o n s tr a tio n , p r o je c t, . 'capacity of Uie thermal loop. _ _ ‘rlch uhsplit sheopskir rrzrpullRri r— hptw^ n - tw n roHprs l n ^

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, ? Dale Edmons and Fay;Huni, 'T ' r e jo , J a m e s A storqulo, bell.

, Uie m achinery. T he complaint

; bolh Buhl; Henry Cliamplln, . C aralee Waller, Mrs. O'Neil •Three men suffered per- r- . chargcsTruck Equipment was " "Geranium s.

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-J K im b erly : O ela P o rle r, Rlchins, Charles Williams,' manent Injuries when Uielr. Ir. negligent b y . nol'p lacin g a

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m S h o sh o n e; M rs. B u rto n Amy Smith, Eileen Presnell hands becam e caught In n warning sign on the machinery

■ 5 Mackey, Tfiomas Ostertioul ' and Jam es "Brawley, all Twin • ' conveyor b elt' mcchantsms. 5. - o r proper safety shields on the

; and Keith ElquiM, all Burley: Fails.

according to the complaints: apparatus.

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2 M rs. C larence K alflelsch.

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T he com plaints ch a rg;c e Tlie complaint also lists V U M A IN A V E .T DOWNTOWN. I

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■ Filer; Em m a Pflughoeft and Tlm ZeBorth. Mrs. David Truck Equipment Sales Co. 0. ■ T uanaF arm sasadefendant.

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•. Cory. Jamison, both Rupert; Whitehead nnd daughter. May w ith n e g lig e n c e in thic e In Uie third complaint. Mark

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i August Vogeler, Elko. Nev.; _^Popejoy_ and^ ^ r s . Glenn ___manufacturingTjf;‘‘biilk b e d s ’• ,^ K. Bcnnetl.-a Jerom e County

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~ J jrM rs rA , L._ Lowfy.. Ragerman;____ _ £ o ia y c c , all Twin F alli--------------- ___aJlatlbed'wiUi a conveyor belt It ' man. asks for $SOOiOOO gencran~

p Melonle Larsen. Darcy Match MatUiew SmIUi. Filer; Baby used for leading and i^oading..' Ig..' dam ages, $500,000 punitive-

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, SILV ER SPR IN G . Md. . . Carter.

prograrhs.

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The sciijsm bctween labor ir - But Meany's attitude was far a r under V. 1 2 ^ e a r a o l d

K George' Meony obviously Is; S; and Carter a p p e a re d 'to 'bic e ■■• m o re - revealing-' th an—th e -

2 unliappy ond dlsapJUblnted —' • ' growing Wednesday when Uie ,c riictorlc generated during the >>c . French Fried Shrimp— " vi : k ~ ' n $ 2 ^ “

I even grum py — when ho tolks 3 AFLrCIO Executive Council :i] regular meeting of the council. il. . Potato or FrarKh Fries . .

^ about the >social programs : . blasted the administration's 's Tlte usual spark of humor was as I------- ------------------------------—

.! proposed thus far by President I energy, welfare and economic ic missing.. ' . .

Coll726-44i 4(1 for'reserv o d o n s

• Meany growled at several ■al

5: • . reporters wlio questioned him.

When osked'if labor had any

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Ifipcher’s strik e last fall.

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S secre t a s m eetings b

KRddle E a ste rn diplonial

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S S^argely a s a re su lt of

i S l a r y d e m a n d s , am

" ttg b tia tlo n s a r e p r o g r e s

g ^ e i t h e r th e te a c h e rs

.. 2« a r a r e iikely to feel as

Sped th e p re s s to m a k e th

• isA n d th e new s m ed ia..

• flfeures;:wlll~no^fall~vict

8 8 ia t is goirigon a t th e ne

. STAn-open door_PQlicy, (

Uiel3ti5l'piJJlcy;1tTem lni

^ c n i cs, not buzzards p i<

m eafT

. A;new-1

i Ameri<

' • • • •liT h e lrv o ic b h a v e n ’t cl

* ‘SBe K eane B ro th ers n

■ SBlebrltTesTanyway. ..

.J?!John arid Tom K e an e

" S ig n e d co n tra cts w ith 11

_____% e r varie ty show . They.

S o w hosts in history,.

£ ;T h e b ro th ers K ean e, v

aW»o is Los A ngeles m us!

Ipbssing o f j h e ^ s . “ I re i

-V - a h c .g oo.d-old.day s.!!^Q n

K p e d s h o w s.. .

. ^ In 19G3, Tom K e an e W2

==M iV V ill= tha=A m oFican= 3J

^ T h a t’s a silly question.

~" i e r r y ’s W d

fV r-.;' ■ 1 ^ ^

s

ES

r L '.'z :

■ ' ’S 'iJ u s t dreamtlfiat Frosfi

y^lly,\lrrBlByant questions

itiz p n n o f M a g it V a l l e y ' ;

H ow ard, P u b lith o r -

ighi M o n o g in g Editor ■

y,M ay5..1B77 "

Ormtotlon and UPi: Otilelal Cily and’

9 SMilctf) 60-108 Idaho Ced«. Thuradoy

I^MbUVWhi0|LwhlSb4f90l^tk«»iWM|::

ond Syndoy. oxcapt Sqlurdoy. of «32‘

-ldoho-033O»rby-MoglcVoll«y'N#fc»---

japoldaiTwlnFdlUJcTohoSSSOI. • J.

10 733-0931 .

i n e g q t i a l i o h s - ^ ^

iT tills year

le .a rriv a l of robins, picnics

)tiations.

ncgotiations::betw M niT w in_:

scliool b o ard w e re no p ic n ic ^

n y w a y .com parable to the*

ic re t an d c o n stan tly un-

jclin g s o f d istru st, Ufiel976

/e n tu a lly le d to a w eek-long

I. ........................ ...............

ions h a v e a d w id e ly m o re

id equalIy_pleasanL _5choof_

ady—h a v e -c o m p le tfid . tw o -

s e sslo n s on ^ n e x t y e a r ’s '

otiato.r p re d ic ts th e cu rre n t'

a y b e w ra p p e d up in m id-

)us te a p h e r-b o a rd m e e tin g s

d a rk e n e d r a b b le o f th e fall

rm in ed to av o id th e strid e n t

lo n th sa g o .

legotations.

e a rlie r y e a rs, th e s a la r y '

h e r s a n d th e c o rresp o n d in g

i school b o a rd w e re n e v e r

jg o tia tio n sessions w a s k e p t

b etw e en C yrus V a n ce an d

a ts — ^ ^

j c r ^ y , la s t y e a r’s te a c h e r’s

u sted - th e s a la r y fig u re s

in se c re t.-

)n n d J> y _ a _ seU d ro m e !l5 a g _

llie w ith: th e ir s a la r y offers,

g th e p u b lic .

ling re le a s e of s a la ry in-

p rin g . . . . . . . . . ..

1977-78 a r e out-front for th e

e ss to T ep o rt. " ^ ~

f th is ca n d id p re se n ta tio n of

nd o ff e rs , th e c u r re n t,,

issln g sm o o th ly ^ '

} n o r -the school b o a rd this

IS though th e o th e r sid e h a s

th e irc a s e . ' . '

[..w ith a c c e ss to th e s a la ry

2tlm to :m ls in te r p rc ta tio n i) f -

jeg p tiatjo n tablC;____

o n te a c h e r n e ^ t i a t i o n s j n

ndSDHe uf iu b in ^ n g in g ^ n d ~

lick in g o v e r a p iece of d ead

J i o w J ^ r

iqan TV

c h a n g e d y e t b u t m a y m ake

m llH o h alres an d na tional

le, a g e s 11 a n d 13, re cen tly

th e n e tw o rk lo h o st a su m -'

y .a r ^ th e y o u n g est .tdevlslon

w ith th e h e lp of th e ir fa th e r

s ic p ro d u c e r, sin g aboiit th e

e m e m b e r ’6 3 . th o se w ere

L m _ g in ^ o n .p n e pf_hls e a rly

/a s a n e g a tiv e one y e a r old. _

TV -audiencfcisoak:4ipu;guch=

n. • •

jr ld

i

f a s k e d N hton a b u n c h o f .

7 s r ■■■"

O S J

3 2 " - -■.............. .

« •------------------ ^ ^ ”

. GueriDa War, -race rioU a

th e c a ite r iU f f of woHd oooce

i W battobdtlD dttanTW hyls

"T rrbm iJ»edT ‘W B it"ttrihe peo|Jli

/ . J U m P ^ TribifflB n |> o t o

. ifai weekB Id Soutb A frka. F

and Soatb-West Africa (0 n o

c KidrquesUoca. HU M ries ba

D elta C U dl(Uhguiriwd-a«

correfpcddeDce, given by

[*_:^P iti«iloiuaJoiim all»tt?S D X

Rlgert, bora in lo Bea'

e ‘ ■ gnuhiate of tbe initvenity of I

. m aatera degree In AmeHcan i

Georgetown U oivenlty. He

DeapoUtTrlbuoelDl96S.-asdt

P of oewqtapier awards ilDce. Hi

g b aro elg b t children, seven of I

........ol them a te mbcedracet.

g . ByJO ERIG BE

PRETORIA, SOUTH Al

, qucstlonswercpotntcd: Howd

ll------accusaUon—UiaU-you—have.

Q-------pnrtmcnlaj>iJ)ni.o::?.nwjg°i},

S ' arrested? Are you aUcmpUn

— conquer" Ihe b lo c k s? --r^ -

- — Jim m y-K rugnr- liiflk Ihnm

swcrcd .Uiem uncmoUOnoUy.

I- convinced of Uic rightness oi

blormy sea oi racmi unrcsi;

S of justice, guartlan of law and

I] of tho greatest black dnillcne

• thfthlfitnry o f .^ u lh A frica.

• D ecile the clamor and <

it however, Kruger and other

-------•pvenTmcnrstlclc-EtcBdfnstl;

K ruger said It was difficult to

• - be eliminated, he said, but tli<

y races must be l pul of the areo

p erio d 'o f unrest only. I 1

ogonizingdlscreUonon Ihls. I

g ------1 donX llkeihelaw , buULobvi

:, under the.clrcumstances."

Divide and conquer? "Ttis

' nonsensical observation, bees

aUltude a t oil. Our atUtude I

■ ““ •and stability flndTOraclattrtc

e • Peace and stability: Tliey ;

-------- compulsions brUirmfiKi'rity^

)f in an overwhelmingly blaokcc

.critics accuse them of kc

' ------separate to themsclvc

, - ■ government men talk of malm

IS Uielr still-underdeveloped coi

is economy strong, to continue i

and to keep out Communist Inf

Y Prim e Minister John Vorst

•f , served as minister of JusMcc

'* terview erreceplly th a l’‘our 1

to allow-poliUcal eights for 1

n _ rural "homelands."

d^^— ^ 'n ie -g o v e m m e n lljc m a ln j

^ though business officials. Uie

— ^ press,—opposition'■parties^;

A frikaners themselves arc

change lo head offxacial confl

The demand for change con

‘ ra d a l dlsofdei^'that have 1(

drcd^deaUis and helpied dar

already In recession. Gold pr

unemployment Is up . . . for

..... - holding bade . '. - . black v

e slowing down prtMuctlon . . .

d helDS drain Uie treasury. Tin

news lo unsetUc a n y ^ v e m rr

ly is publldy unperturbed.

• .. K ruger described Uie prc

unrest*' compared to conflici

'I' - of It hos been stim ulated i

m ajority rule, .he said, and-;

J r .

le

•e

: z z m

W ASHINGTON -

— ^ — i ^ ‘i^ntallvcs--or;U .S ;-a

m anufacturers left the W]

18 after a briefing on Uie c

Ihey camc to this puzz

Id eao fh o w his sm all cor

would work. ■

Tlie automakers w ere qi

f — — PresJdent’s-m cfrarcnot::

figuring out how to hurry o

switch from big to small

,:C “ dlslocallhg Uie automotb

. ..^ eU ,S . economy.;.............

_________:;i,would.8ay,ourt>csMic

UAW," one cobincl mem

. us. That betrays secret su|

■ • administration, for Uie

Huenlial United Auto Wor

- succeed in knocking oul

rebate and the "gas-guz

tnx.perm Jitlng Detroit to {

______ _lii.UicJcd6m'Lkc&:e.n?in^

economy regulations will

thescnsitivclndustry.

' But .the Carter proposal

passed;ro(l]d cause disru]

------ — not envls^ohifd ^l Uie Whi

— :^br».m onU i% ofdrafU m ,ll

' ,, this reason, economic

'.Slndiinger says the energj

, be "aneconomlc P earl Ha

r r r r -rroutcomg:of-thc~Prc5taeH^

' • tocomctojq-lpswitlfcnc'ri

• V

a a n d 's a s t-w e rt fn-

Boutbera Afrfcftoolo -

u c e n .

y la Uw United SUtes

opIe*aay~anaTliIhkT ' ------------,

rte rJo e JU a w t^ p e o l -;-------—.P- ■

I. Rbodeda, Zambia

find tb e a m w e n to

I baa woo the Sigma

-aw ard-fO T '-fordgs----- — --------------

IV th e Society of

------ ,.

3eavertoo,.0re., Is a

of Oregoa aod has a ’

a o govenim cot from

He Joined Uie HId-

ndhaaw o o ^n o m ljw -^:---------

t. H e aod hla wife Jah

of them adopted. Sbi

B E R T

AFRICA - The

IW do y o u .i^ c t to the

tve crrn trd ."com-----------------:___

nany people have you ------ , —

jllng to ‘'^Ivlde imd

pm rnlm ly nnd nn. — ^----------- —

ly, as would a man

s of his course in a > __

t; K ruger is milnlster ! * ..

and order, facing one

engcs lo white'Jow In ' f r ^ s o c i a l j

The chanfi

Id call iqr_chailgc, T (« gover

her official's of Uie language scl

f f n

t to n am e any - will ~ PcU yypaH l

:.Uic black and white_..ojKJoU^rP_V

rU icgoodofboUi. Meantime

:T c a n ’ra'gnDc'wilh ,'sectocrem a

n his hllltoo offlcc in

th e .heterogenous commooauc

intry, som e com- • and^m osUf

oidable, wheUier by f

goodU ilngbeeauselt

ipp/-” ------ -— American t

"We take people who f .

reos of unrest for Uie brM kfastai

I have to exercise Jim m y Ki

s. I don’t like Uie law. f f « 's ncces

ihylnngly le n«v>pe paid f

" - on the basis ' of .agre

negotiator Robert S.-Strai

m ..'. . -------

Ju st how Strauss, who V

' , Uiisart-angement/JBSuppa

;J.- - su c h -a g ro o m e n ls is _ a

Rn everybody connected wit

trade., Thus, liope.grows

Uiat UAW m uscle wfll kno<

c a r rebate to p revcit buUt

ly - tlip mmintaln of trade

“ frontingStrausfl,' ,

3” , Bul before such iegislal

•o ,con bd performed, small

ct being hurt by consumer

'''' • further rebates. That wjll

..................General Motbre arid 'secon

Id . b u rU rc a te riira iry s lc rr-

us ■' verting to sm aller cars,

s - Motors, which Is not ser

st • with big cars, Slndiinger. i

j r - - ------- of the-:iutomotive influfitr

- J ■

R . . , r -

. -s- • . 1 /

/

z . ■

o n s 'firifl-he r e :’' . ' ——

torlous cxplolters o f ' desegregate

■mm onerWc felt the— -OppOSinoiT"

repared to do (o (fie Parties talk

," candidates.

rKrtflie r contend tliat_____ White stu

In wages, education black liberal

here is-considerable and issued c

.-fo ra n -n tm c

Ition) of blacks rose SocinlogisI

ive years, while real white sludei

Hd Uiclr own. In two charge in

it has doubled Uie .icademic p<

ren going to school. prepared to

80 per cent for young they benefll

'___________ __ m ake Tip-J

using program, Uie population; )

cation of a vast black secreUy apf

nd through tax in- Afrikaners,

t, Uie government is B ytliesan

workers — parUy to notable for

Jd labor.---------------former.edllo

acks and whites are -in Uie face i

r Uriira 08 much In- resistance, f

*— nallstsdurin

m serve os h d [ ^ to The Afrikj

spr«a(j3 m orlar on a — even-a-bllln

lile actually puts-Uie Mikado, as li

white politician, ‘.‘II government

of life." - ' call for a sp

argue Uiot population dialienge U

ull -to keep up wlUi separalfon a

ns. While the govern- to explain wl

buildings cach year Somcgovc

fidal, 250.000 black - in social coi

lU icpoj^ation. will be eno

om palins-about Uie___ AIrikon?r?_:

ironces. "There Is no need to prov

Bantu conception of as wdl a:

of Ume."-sald M. Van througli a se

a ry ~ o f -labor.- "It. to a black-v

lown a i ^ bavc a.talk - consensus.-!

d waKli«-lo Uie Uwnation’s)

Afrikaner

- ? UiataelMntJ

e g o v e f iim ( M ts - ^ African gov<

lore eoDcemcd about ment. Kraus

han on Uw W t. T he- rW ng “an

} ip U n le f-p a i^ -a fc ..A frikanersj

but. U » . B ^verm ant -ih c part *of

n his — that things will |

lal-body-flf-UwtitSht-in— run, I’m bull

........... . --Tlic quesi

generally agreed lhal Sobukwc thi

> still weak aod Inef-' Jim m y Kru

voice ajflt of eopcem. m ake the c

isute. diiw eh l ^ r e liappiness."

j j M n a u

t rebate! Freeman ! could mej

ptrlc-m odda’-^in--------------jKmerican

idence In hls-grasn • .Nor Is

was not Im prov^ ^ ___tendcd;cfi

jlld more plants in dlingcr's

uy did not like Iho veys as c

r . new oula

c admlnlslrallon's . present i

ilirmedFfoeman'R--------- ^-longerr-TJ

it m e n tio n in g saying Ih

Uic markel. It said longer bee

lid for foreign cars . ' Tliefini

greem ents trad e ; Dr. Sclile;

trauss'w ould.w rk . a n c l|p ln

10 was no party.to second ai

ppoEcdtonegoliale Clirysler.

;_a-jay5ta,E y_,tD -..--------f|m re s -t

with to te m U f i^ oostDonln

iws ln.#aihta|[iWB theeconoi

m o e k < ^ Jh e to a li fgnon

luUdlng^uU h fg b ^ Wasiiiogti

.. '■ ■niatini

Islatlve eiXbanosia - individual

iall car-sales are • , Eiiiist W

ic r cxpectatkMi of • airplanes

wjll not hurt glnnt jniopy lo

■cond-rariked'Ford,’ blue-colla

M7~-wWch-lB-.oon---- - --.-^-fofbothk

rs, and American . - vacations

seriouslylnTOlvcd^ painful a

T. a doB eli68e*vcr............savings ir

;ough

_.... - ^ ^ — r

----------------' J j '

itcd much of Uielr own domain. The

I Progressive Keform and United .

iJk of reform, but don't elect many

s.

itudcnts at Uie University of Wlt-

cliier

ration. The students laughed, cheered

I catcalls until a ’^w aker chided th e m -

Tiosphcreof frivolity.” -•

list Henriy Lever says Uial while some .

id n ls ''b r a ^ '’a,stbnln{fand~a ^ f c e

n a demonstration, -ttiany other.,

people thrive on rhetoric but aren't

to act against the system from which

fit. E n ^ L ^ p b o i^ 'ln ' generd, who.

about- t'H-pep-CCTl-of- Uie while ~

i; are said eiUier to "sit tight" or (o

ipprove Uic lougJi measures of the

5, ________ . . .

ame token, uhile Ihe English press is'

r its a tta d a oa the government, a :

Ilor Id ls liow.the papers "pipe down'*

e of government, threats and readcc

. Nor at^ the threats always empty,

by the arrest of a number of Jour- '

ingthoracialunrest.-TCT^— ---------------

ikaner government allows criticism, '•

Ing satire In a play-called Uie B laclcr-

s long as it docs ool threaten the white

nt. Meantime. Afrikaner.critlcs m ay .,

speedup in changcs, bul they sddom .

Uie basic policy of racial-pdillca!

I and they ofUm plead lack of finances

why more hasn’t been done,

ivcmment officials say im provem ents-

m dillons, wiUxNit pditicdl changes,

nougli to ease block anger. Other

s — on Uie "liberal" side — sec the

ovido political rights for urban blacks

as h o m d a n d -“ naUons." perhaps

separatalevd oi:|j(m inuncnl loading--

c-white execiiUve body operating b^-

.-Tbey also recognfee-a need to share­

’s wealUi wiUi all races,

er w riter Otto Krause offers the view

nterest-wiil caU-tte'tunc for the SouUi

Bvcmmenl, os R'Soes for any gove'rn-

luse ^Kjaks of.tiHsprcssurc of cvcnts.-a

anger for reform^’ .among--somo

s and an incrcasiiu outspokenness on

of businessroeaT^For Ihe m om ent,..

II get tougher,'' lie uid.,. "In Uio long

u lllsh ,"-------^--------— ' — ^ .......

eslion is Urhe. Black leader'R obert

Ihinks time is on th e side of.Uje blacks,

ruger says il takes tim e in Africa to

changcs Uiat wiU bring,"peace and

i." and lie hopes Uiat wiiitcs will have

lean bankruptcy for chronically ill

? That thc~pro g a m ’s only unln-___

effcci, th e rd iate combined ydth

a nightly national telephone sur-

i causing c a r owners to pwtpone

ito purchcrsers and keep their

u n laxed'g as guzzler a while .

-Tlie-NBC-pdl-show^-af-percent— -

they will kcq>; their present car

>ccauseofth eencrgyprogram . ,

Inal Irony is Uiat GM! liate oBjcct of

leslngcr’s young men. would sliow

iInfor-1978 m odds bn.scd on Uie tax-

-proposal -wtille-iiie-^indtBtry’a f-'-

and Uilrd compariles. Ford and

ir.w ouldlose.O verali.thepro^am •

- t o dlBrupt-m arket ,forces by - :

ling a poitponabk purchase vital to

aoiny’s hqalUi. "XttUnk it comes out

oronce sBbut ^ industry by •

gton.”. D oU g)aafftier. Uifi.UAW^

nt-dcs|gnate. told us. .^____

includes not only Ignorance of'Uic

ual companies u n - a cultural Sap- ■

Wasliington officials who ride in .

cs and take pride in -driving a -

10 w ork'dojrtt undcraland Uial the

liar .worker a car a a ^ a t e ^ ; "

I lonH.rangRcmnmntIngand family 7-

ns. consequehces could be a '

automoUve dedthe wlUiout. any. ;;

im cnerg y to sh cw to clt..


& e m d n ! ^

e e ^ e s r h

--- -------------- L _ _

JHydrangl

All VERY I

,1. ' ■ * - ..................... ■

r 0 i Q n a t 1

K i

F I P B I S

i d s ; M u m s , C ao l q d i g m s , .

t s e s f G e r d n i urr m s = = = ? =

B e a i i t i f i i l a t P r i c K t o S i i j d

i i H i i i M

............. ......-

M S N S U p

cSt.-rS Weeks W«tt4>aynw

te Sit-in

sevenryea a rsag p

WASHINGTON (UPI) ) - A Fed e ra l-P o w e r_ C o m ^ ^___ _ , _T he..FPC :.recom m cndcd, Mor [onday-to.lhc.P«ssideni:J::J '■

- - - - - -

(m d T M ^ e rtin g p l^ lo b u ~Thcli^bllstrotbr8"Ilfri«B*^ -—VclB ana Against thcW arr--------^ .mission recominendaUw on to President Carter, t h a t' (hat one of two p r o p < ^ (ran ansCanada pipelines he ^ . . .

eclK| of M ay. 1970. could, be g gymnasium addltim on the - building bi voluntarily e arly .; i K o v ic .' p ara ly ie d - w hile

Alaskan gas be piped.to 0 (he I lower 48 stattft through cliosen “U &uch a route i s m

rt«a«l fa.'Vadlcal ’rtwtoric al site d w here four students. Uien ' loday to ofler George Janlk, •M rv in g rlh -^ lctn am , shared

made, available by'U ie. - ’ ,

.' Canada was appareoUy bi

. . Keni SU te Uolvm ity Wed- -taking:;part' u

In' an-. an tlw a r' ohalrm ol anoftheJying the sKe Oct.l.lQadditka.tfa( the tim e o( a local caQ wm be

or a $2 billion niKlear power; .

to c iw a e d fra x ie ii^ ^ ito

11 minutes for stx ceots.'

___ plaDt,::«idJie-wpuldjflslUlie____

---------------------- TO ft-pua-w iraaiK la n o u n c e trtiy ^ 'P o it OfOee~^—

New H am pshire Supreme

• - . a fter tb e gorem mKBt crt Prices O om m tekn told tt

------CourU~ tbday^ to r - f o k ^ ih e — -

torcfM y mQUOOD jo m x e e a p rU ttK —— — r

protesters uniil hearings .can .

I b e P ost Office sah siM tt e x p ect^ to m ake a fSBS

. t» h«»lft on' crim inal trespass

fh ?rflf*T ngn|rM«JlM>m.------ 1-—r----inflUoo

p niB t t t o yM

S u p e rio r C o u rt ' Ju d g e '

Prsncls Perkins Wednesday

refiised'tD “allow «he-demoiv------

— 'rtralbra toieavfrfive Natlmml——

Guard ..arm ories . across _the_

------733-0931.

• ^ route inlghtbeb^scd o n 1 " "some secret understandlna"

• lietwecn the Canadian ant ind U.S. ^ v e m m M ts. H so, he

_ ___ .._5ald..llshouldbejevealed

V

______ and suggested thot it a proleci act could not be privately___________

financed. Uie risk woUld falf ill on consumers or tax* ____ ^

- payers.-: ■

; y

" r " i 5 5

’ state ttiiere (hey have been

h d d for the p ast three days —

fl tW^Lston- hflHcd bv Gov.

■ M ddrim Thomson as “good___

frt-TdWTEnforccment.'— — ■■===

Dem onstrators held In the

•----M ancbester-annory-lssued-a— —

s t a t e m e n t s a y in g th e y -

regretted tbe expense their '

detention lar causing state

residents.

Officials estim ate it has cost

^

• IS O .m a day to.guafding and

feed the 1.400 Wnifln,


V TlmBS^owa^fwin Falls. WahO, >, • TIiufSday,May5.1977‘

” FroVIDENCE^ R iL T iu p jj.r/i Bn S2-lu House vole ln ^ n u m 7 ^

•if S tate‘Rep.-cloct WUllanrH.- ' b because Ihe state constitution si sUtuilon fts • Houso’-m em ber-

■ l '

Balley.'off to M ldpl^i^ to _ bai3 fa . .coiivictcd jc lo h s _lrom ._ ,cl ^clccLJt • g « m t^ :h lro 'o ^ ia 8 l.‘. : ~

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“ « r v e a. Jall'‘te rm 'fo r sliopllf-'* voting v or holdlngofficc. . 'hearlngWednesday. h

. .

. ling 31 record albums, says he " I'm . prepared for it.''

P p rase « a(io r c e n H u r^

will not give ujRhis figlil for h is ' . .. 'Bailey E said of the prospect of

a ’ V ‘still c!^bvering

; s e a t In lhe'.R h(klc Island...I! . life In a Micliigan jail ccll. "It

STOCKHOLM , S w e d e n

S l i p '

Legislalure. , -d - doesn't b b th ^ m » a bit. You g»

(UPI) -r TJh! dlsclplfnary

MEMPHIS, Term. IOtFOBfAMILIE6 - -----of

tax evasion. ■ -

-In—a —covoc»up- -__(Mlxonl.. _paIdJilackm aU _oU 7SJM Q ^ _ The.Rhode Island^uprem c lld-d ls ttlc L ;_ j_ — ,-------n

D T e T T o T ? ;r~ o T ‘d c r CTI

pcrgm nn's arrest Jon. 29. iD76 ■

. operation.'' Sam Ervin snort, lorted as h e and lhat niglit.:* Erv. vjn said, pausing to sign an Court Wednesday revoked ball ' / i 'm ihtn(( SuiMmiol''

“ Bul I think it's good for the 11,0 people 10 see ,1 0 pay oI(Hunl'»: slaw yers. , ' . .• • Mldilgan lo serve a lw6-to- '. . li Icind to me, r m gohig back to -

•ct»niKl«> Ul"’. m»irKi

vestigation.

Bergman. «ii>fgred ' a

_____it. because he's still coverlm Ting up.” Ervin “I !»'» = slill engaged in a 'cover-up. ■' (our year Jail term stiemming .' ■ Wlchlgan t o t , one timo or, . . lo> Ch.ldrm, ll Ifitn pwtnu lo m

------------------------------operatkjn,^:——

..fr«DJhJilOTJhcftot31.recQrd.-. '. -another, _ i l.tlihik the governor... uu..t MkmI *’^0'* 0*- '

/—• --------- —

nervous breakdown as a result,,

of..ltio_accusatipns and_cven-. _ Tlie self-slyled "country lawyer" la\ rellrcd, . . ..Ervin said lie hodn6regrets_oy^erhfspnrl;_; 1)

_ frp.ijj„a_ P prU H uroh. .ot .c Uiat state can wall anolher R: ”Mnii«lt>l."'F>liviu>>r -.- " ' " ' ' " I

Norlme. . MM—^

C ^ g J l K R A M E P ■ "

Anyrlffln iri««n who mav t)C ■

HtN 1

prime—candldateaWor 'hea rt-------attacks

or jtJter problems of

our. iriodemday society,” a TT

doctor a t Texas Medical A rtist-h< t o i t o r e d ^ ^

I 1

PiOnSTDlPn — fifasolem n eycsanewv’I-^ <

T ~ ^

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cerem ony in-Its-oak-paneled ■' — ■ 'T hat—was—th e—greatest— ~

; W endy Y oshlm nra■

s e n t e n c e d '

hall. Uie French Academy of appreclatlori «

Ih av eev erh ad b f

C.l Fine Arts Wednesday ushered mi y w ork,"-said W.v«Ui, w hoiJS!-GAND

IC£ B E B G E I ^ C I S "

O j f c 1 I ~ ~ - AT— I J

OAR'CMJP. Calif. tU PD -- In in as Its new member Aridrqw i m ade his (irst trip (p Europe I

Wendv Yo^ilmura ha^ b c e n • W Wyeth, the first American- i accompanied by sons Jam ie

sentenced lo t w days'“ ih "Tbfl w rirflnisnb'cnterQ ieB oiioi ,~tandNl&iblas..

. "

Alamoda—County - J j t l l nn F j

Wyeth rcp ^ed ^to .J^y gue’s •

contempt chargesfor' refusing.... ■"=TVycthr S9. s a r stlffiy rat- « eulogy w lh a few words in

tp .discuss hor underground- tentlve le in his ceremonial navy- -1 -English! — — I tobetiere-anw hgallofyou^nd—

KMH

SuperlorCourlJudgi^M aftln’" g£ gotdandgrcerilaUnBlIcavcsas I lerrlWy 'm oved.” ' he~sald lo~ 7"

Pnllph cf»ntf>npi«H »hf> ■t4.y«»nr. il< Jie Ustcnod to A cadem y thunderous I

, applause.' "Bless

o ld J a p a n e s o - A m c r lc a n m ^ b e r Louis Lcygue praise ; youverym uch.” ..

. . . . . , v ..

i' . ^ B *■ woman Wl Wednesday, but stayed bl him as ‘‘the one who opens m y___

E cntenctf^dlhgTrppcafoHier------conviction

on charges .o f

having Lvn;b8 and-we«pons In— U P I e d i t o r - n a M i e d - ^ -

- I — COMING^AY-12---------r

her Berkeley garage.

I DANNYTHOMAS

.;_N E W - YORK t u p n ___ T h e ap p o in tm en ts, ^n-T-. -^RESERVATIONS P H O N E ^- -

.....

Duston Harvey was named I nounced b y fU P I E ditoM n-" ■ ^ O l X - ^ E E ANyriM E^H

today as Indiana state editor ■ a i l e f H.L, Stevenson, are ^ ^ ■ k ^ M ' - 6 4 8 1 1 7 ^ ^ B

||T ? l k - HURWYIENDSI ; THURSDAY M ilr:3

0 » 9 : 3 0 ......... B r

for United Press International. effective May 15.

......... Harvey. 38. moves lo' In­ H arvey,' a. native of Los

▼ ddianapolis

from Sail Lake City • Angeles, joined UPI ol Sail

l L : _ ' : t : ^-----------------------------------._

. ... ,y^ where ho h as been Utali s ta te . .. L a k e ! C lly_ in _ i9 6 0 _ a fte r_ _

cditor for the past four years. re c e lv ln s h is Journalism

- J l . . ,.■ ^ T h u r s s d a y ---- .....' ■ 5.He.

re p la c e Bruce A. Cook, , degree from Brigham Young

who has reig n ed to Join the } '■

University al. Provo. Utah. In

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' ii e .- d o p .M . 7 O I — Lava Boat ^.

P eter Gllllns. 28.' a m em ber San Francisco bureau.

. S o a » Brady Buneh IID

> - 8traM ^of.8an Fran. .q of (he Salt Lake City staff, was',

S^ O n v x O O ■ c

appoin t^ lb w eceed Harvey

■f— N*w « ' .

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by treBating o lier to ^reok

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MOLDEN

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FAM IILY RESTA H IR A EU

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Bring h e r out to diiii iner w here ""

she can e enjoy one of ( our deliclou#

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tn R e s ta u r a n t

■* ■ • ' Thursday,'Mays, 1977

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IB ; ' ■ 8 Tlm«»-Now«.Twli^*ll8. Is, idahb- ■ . Thursday, May 5 ,1B77

f f - Cartel^] flieslaiL

| | ; ; v s u i n m kt

cqnclaye

lie doom

i • H o jj

• . . . . . ' “

m B m w L m

) —. "Downing stre e t Summi

ng to w ere French P rriident Valt 'aleiV I

r h is -’^—G lscnrd-Tl'EBtaU ig;— wi

nm it G erm an Chancellor Hein elm ut: ■ g f ^ 5 j j |K |i p ^

:/atrotch

U.S.- ' S c h m id t; - Ita lia n . P rr^nie lr

a n d '- M inister Glullo Andrcbt

^ ^ . '3*^' ~

pean .-.Jfipaneso P rlm c_M lnliste lst r ' W J i l t y - 1 1 1 # . '

Takeo Fukuda and Canadl ladlan -................ ...........

■part P rim e Ministe r PlcrrD_EUli 2 U i a l U - / K H e i » U « * l 1 | L

rroni.-' -TruiJcau. •* . '

Bt 10 Issues raiige from ways lys to A

?• WASHINGTON (UPIJhour

sUmulate the weak Europe opeon S .

IT ’T ^ P resld en e C arler was flylns U n - . cwing— ii

, ^ : and Japanese leaders. . ■old demahi} ’ for trade protc rotec-.

. j

. ;

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;

■■ Ha was slated to_dc^ 0 ^ . UonfsM by reJecUng impc nport

, abcwrd Air- Force One- fn {tlte -quotas on sugar, urging g In- i k

. /tadrews Air F^JrceBase at ring -stead voluntary intematlon Uonal ■ ^

{. . Plastic w e b b e d c h a is e I

cholco of colors.

' • - ''a j n . EDT on a scven-ho evei r e s t r ^ t s and'domestic pri'

' ^ .'tra n sa tla n tic fligbt for Uthe

supports. He rccenUy act<

-f,- ------- doQ's Heathrow Airport lo. sim llariy Jigalnst demands f

------ w a«$iaarb y -B rtt)sh -Prlr quotosonshoelmports:

L - - J _ W nlstlerJam csCallaghan.. _be---------Qn .Fricioy.'' beforfe C art csiPl*KK3^<

. Although he will be maki [Ing bcglps a routine* o f twice-a-di

— ;— :^Ts'

; ; ' sessions starting witli vlth U

‘ 'ccpjwmicsummU- nts.

to speak a t Uie Civic Cente inter.

(our an American glosswori rorks

factory and Vlsit Washlngtc igton'

Q ‘

p r '

L y I f

Tbe leaders of the Weslci 5XS,. JP Jd l H all,..the home..w4iei * ece ------I r

powers were • rcport ed-tc-1:

our G eorge W flshlngtoh's ^ai ‘'an-.? ' S

looking forward to mcctir

ture < cestors lived frcun the 12U) U) i to

-,r-- Carter, and^to hw H n g T lr

the Uie 17th centuries.

■■ ^ -~tiandtlwi~chanBes~thot~hin a id - C a r t e r - . - 6i n c l M - l f ^ ii

I to . , p arty includes Secretary y of < , — -

: r pdlcy since Henry. Klsslng(

ley .' Secretary Michael* Blumei

-------- te ft-----------------------— ”

3“ (hai; national security'offair fafni ■“ ' J

^ ________ In a recent interview wli wer .ad v iser Z bigniew *B rzaln^ Inski f f l f f j . -

E uropean correspondent p to • y id assistant to the Presidcr

y ----------U T C h o ice-o f-colo rs; A lu

^ arm .w o b b o d low n c hat

mtWk..

^ = p THERMOS '

V ’ C arter-said Americans .“hai ‘la S iriia m m o n J o r d a n . -

T 7 7 . sense ^ th a t and oi Two chartcred'planeloads Is of 0 . M

historical-ties and our. futui Uie m em bers of tho press also I a rre

' ^ ^ j | | I

are intlm atdy related with --------- tl eecompanylng-«»rl«P-oiv-hl

I

I I

Eurboean countrlci” arid'sal in's (irst overseas mission,

------- - b e - ^ f dT'all he could I

--------g j - s tocagtbarthe tifiai .

Catter* s, s l x ^ y Joume;

' Include a fourpowc p redict

; : aunnilt meeting, a side trip i

: i r r r 3 ” G ebevft:urjiltdlSrttK Sy^^

: ’■ : r 'G r 5 d r td r ~ p f tn tc p

. \ . . Irig o r a n y tlm o. '

' ' __ __ , Thom io s C o o ler.

.............

lanifc^HMrj

' President Hafez al'Assnd ar

- - a cdajor address before, ti

CHAISE LOUNI (6E3-I

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1 SiWHHiMI

P arilelpants In London 11^ ' y o u n g sters, n ot only 1 . . n

iter W estern nations but also 1

nm such> countries _as__ Egyp {ypi- -.Bt. B I E n S1

^SMOKERGRIL

Ihls Jam aica, PoIandT India an and '

I In manyAslancoui^tries.

" B ritish jrst

They said he will stress ihi that H . '

ind this m ay have* been respoi ipon* b I ' I 3 2 ^

1 (0 ' slble for s ^ la l unrest in 80m lome . ^

is countries and could lead, 1 to t ^ H m - -1 8 " s q u o re g rid , 4 co

- econom ‘ even more serious trouble,

h e ig h ts, tilt-«M a^ h o o d ;

a Tbe officials said Caliagha ^ o n 1 ^ ,

1 V ^ 0>oic* of 3 3 -^. tlyrafdoA

' rfuti oil (rom r4ut K utft.

. . . ---------- -'LONDON (UPI) — Britls ---w ill- voice-conccm -about-th -th e — 1

officials say Prim e MlnisU ijii------co n tin u in g —g a p —betw'ee;

________ .IniwoB .will_wai he privileged and non-privilege ? g ^ ' { r a s n ^ '

sum m it leaders here- th .at___^countries.and-wlll-wam that-l at-if—

weekend that the, u orld Is Ing- I . Uiis Is iwt closed quickly, I

. ' . t b e 'm iddle o f,'.its w on ind could-lead to-a-rapidadvanc

' ecooomic crisis in 40 years an ^ ./I ^ 'C o m m u n ls m :a

unless they take Joint action v]fl I or Chinese Influenced

. . deal with It, the ouUook nit 1 * C arter arrives-In E nglan land H | " ' ^ .

,K .. grim . ‘

toniglit and will pay a quid

C allaghan w ill h o st als ; visit Friday wilh Caliaghan ti

ity N ew castle, a shlpbulldlnj ling B I

— Includtog-Presldent-Carter-oi ^1) c c n t c r In n o r th e a s tee r ri n K ■. '■■■

*, bis first foreign trip sincc hbe

E ngland. where -the curron rent “ • (

------- ---- Witt rtPftwl. They-will.mcgLa r id i o b l c s s .r a t t T r i r o u n d k Tp^ e r -

m ADJUSTifflLE

^ “ SPACED!

^

4 - 1 4 ^

......... .......J j ' \ A d ju s ta b le 2 -sh o lf S|

^•~*lir!~rsov»lc— «

>

-• -

Callaghan's No. .10 Downini

Street residence Snturday.am

lH

cenl ■— considerably l i i ^ e j

UianlnUiercstofUKScountry.

Tliey also will visit The Uh ®

J l . THEliiLBLANKEfS

T

. The economic, summil wH nearby town of Washingtor

• - r - ; : - be followed by a NATO .summi . ' and Uie house '-from whlcl

- eariynextweck.

^ G eorge.-W ashington's on

A " ■ -■ -

» R«g.

The govcrTunent official; cestors originally came.

' saldCollaglian. Inhiscapacilj .British officials said Uie firs tirrt

7 2 i 9 0 "

. . a s tx»t and cliairman, wii ite two summit sessions Saturday day

, METAL

| | m : , Therm al ll p o ly ester b la n k e ts in .72x90" 0" size. ..

^— u**-^_«tna&-«*aUic-bclIctcajQjx on will be devoted to a broac pad ■— 1*1 ^ w a ' j i l i* ' “I . A

R S " l 9 ' C holco6f 6f strip es Q f^ so lid s. '

the p a v lty o(,..thc. work cs g eneral review of worIc irld ' . B r i ' j RL r FOLDING CHAlf

■■ , ■ ecooomlccrisls.

ed political and economic Issues, ites, | 9 r z ^ S g B

Tlie sourccs said Callnghar

a .— u n cin proym ent,-7|riflalibn,

' will point to hlgli inflation ir

— -nonpr^K eratlon—of—m iclcat

' so m e W estern countries,

weapons and human rights,

id . Sunday, officials said, the

pajilculariy Britain, where Ihc

i • %

ly eonrercnw win flcai wiUj tf I

S turdy m e ta l fo ld in d c (!■ ', ^ 7

I20»26’’ l Z Z Z Z g S B

- V ” - current rale Is nearly 17 pei

...■.„:^ -ln;,dow rqtor-colorsr—^

' ■ - "eert'auinually. -- ; -

gh European economic problems. ms. W ~ '

nR— encrgyafld other matlcrs.

* . ' T li^ said he alm 'wiii note

Aueili—

V,.. th ere currently arc 15 million

, Jobless in the seven countries

taking part — Uw United

____ _____S ta te s, ..B ritain ,.. C anada. s-j«*obe—

—— Prance^-Ilaly^ctl-G cnnany

^ BATHROOM

andJapon.-' i

B ritis h o ffic ia ls said

'- y — — callB gh a ir^ is—pnrtlcutnrly ?oise

1 SCALES

.— ----------w o rrie d - about th e hlgli

[ unemployment rate amonr:

isc.' w liethers in stallers ween re J S '

aln aw are Uie tanks were Uicn i c r e . J 8®®

an when Uie line was laid.

Ill’s.. V i r g i n i a , SnU (h, vic«

' J ^ / 7 b o th ’ , s c a le -add.l

ic e U ■ • • • J

^ b eau ty to y o u r -bothi

-to'— " p re sid e n t—and - corporaH

O f f ic ia ls

•a t e —> B — 7 " ^ ^

_ A c c y ra to to 3 0 0 lb s ._

3iiy ._ secretary for the company

lay ' .'sal3 'intermountain puls ii

inc s e rv ic e ' lines w here th<

^ ^ •

fire in B

• j P U J M F ^ ^

■ J customer designates. She sal<

nk.s th e g as c o m p a n y 's “1?- In

• » ^ |3 '

. ^ ^ ^ 0 9 . S , 9 > O i B

cm vcstignlion sJiould be 'com om- ^

'l l • D«CI CRON’ II • FEATHER ■R ’H - i l i

■ BOISE (U PI) - Bois 3WS - jileledinobouttwodoys.-------

■\ firemen and Intermountal lion Meantime. Insurance In-

___. jp _ BEDP. PM QW -TO A W raU J

I . . ■ ■ Gas Co. are investigating UicjJ^j-vcsllgators a

ore working a t Ui.

' . aplo slo n and>flre at St. Paul' ed. c iiu rc ii and s t r u c t u r a

v i o u r lle g r

‘r» i ; _ H n l FINE CHINA

------------- -Lutlicran.Church-Tu«dn>-t e n t- engineers are. assessing thi

| H - 6.97 ia

§ : 5 ;,7 ^

Standard

detcnnine if Uic corftpaii diimage to delermine whetlici ther g

t < e I ' Dacron* ^ |: II poly ester D u ck fe a th e r s

naturnl ' ^ s llhc slo e d ., the.-building'- m ust-bo con con----- - 3

Pfnlahed ■ I I H

: ‘ - H — — lib e 'r f iirW w ash able. ' s h r e d d e d poly olyure- ^ ---

atop underground gntuilin age demncd as unsafe.' ;

.........

» T ? L _____ 1. _ • th a n e foam llllln

- ‘ -in n k s.. ■

ons-

Ttie. empty storage tiinii Imc I------— ■

S ervice lo r 8 ..In cholc CO' o l ...

^0— —

^lllows designed ib give you ff

were being dug up by Wcsicr

j) ^ .p o f le cn 5^4Spc.— .— —

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1lled-with-Daoron«;polyeSter-fll

_________ Betroletun. E (^ p m cn t crou

■ ■ ■ i - - leeS i srresllienllA naihliy'fealS

' ot a vflcant service slalio

ng..Nlcely-(lnl6lied-


I-.--i^ .::;P * !^n t.P d ;.-th eir -.plns -an

p * accepted a s greenhonds wer ere ■ . .

f Tommy Allen. Dave Ai

|v dreason. Vincent Boumer.'Jo ray

E l ....... Decker. -R andy-E stas. Jh lim

e , Huriey. Kent Knigge. Ro lob • ^ ^ B

m l ■ Kohntopp, AlanKunkcl.Corrl

^ ^ B

B l Peterson. Jeanna_. Pelci^oi

B l - — Totjy5mlth.-Jeff Swianson. Je

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^ ^ B

H . ., W arner. Mark Wasko. A an

S I — • - -Williaihs and Duane Morse." •

K l Accepted as chaptcr - fa for

— 'm ers, w ere,M ike Andreasbi bn,

i John n y H orizon ( cleanup

' - Roger B lass/ Hon Colft lis jan

Danos, Nancy Davis, Chr iris ■ .

Dean. Jim .D ull. Bill Evan ins,

Brion Lancoster, Jerry Mllle ler.

seiS atiu rS a ^ i^ T ]

Jayne: Mills. Waliy Norri ris,

- ------ Tom-Oleon.—Johm Jlam scve 'Pr. •

\ T ' Mike T cw »,K cvlaB iaes, Tli 'Im -

T Chadwick, Duone Alley. Ste\ 6ve ' ,

'

-

~ t ; —

- 't w in FALLS — ' Jolinny ly b enefit.'

lunch at Filer Saturdoy i

7

I’Horizon, also know n" as IS Workers arc asked to stay on s lc a d o la tth e o lrp o rto s in

m m

t

e

WllUSm. L. Cliancey. Twin in side roads and "county roads ids p a s t . -------------------------

. F alls- Cpunt>-:dimmlgsioner. r, only,- rather Uian work along mg - Chanccy said the crews rs w will

announces o n . plans for tlic i c : . m ain highways for safely cly pid(>^i]p w d dispose ol scvei

«veral

Dovis, Kurt Eggleston, Gu 5“y

Kaster,’ Oiarlcs-Loughmillc Icr.......

Tom Owera. Hal Petersoi on,

gklnner. Wes Tew: (VS,

W ri^ t. Mike Tudi dor

Koreen Eggleston,

.- - -

•••' •

_ _

" ‘ ‘ Salurday c6unly-widc‘cleanup p' purposes. Idaho'Slate Pollco ico tons of debris In the one-d. le-doy

^ ; t - ffnclhcd-and-betwccn 7P0 " )^ a n d -c o im ty -B iic rirrs''o rn ccB— e fr efforr-’t o ^ l e a i n h e —enti entlre^^:---------- r^ G T A rW O T iC E ^

:in i },000 persons arc cxpcclcd d . will assist in patrolling traffic [fie county. A number of d tlc s a

) , '.c report fo rw rk at 8:30 a,m. 1:___ fortlie.workers— .........-i.:-------- _ _ _ _ c o q ic ra tin g -w lth -th o lr-o v

■ S alurday.-.-------- . . -.W orkers will - clean . dit- lit- clCAthup cam paigns and pext d r n Century Automollvo, 26t W(

• Addison. T«fln FaM(, (d. 61301..v S t -------C h n /> c e y s a id m a n y chbanks. roadsides and public llic trxicksandoUierequlpment.' :nt. Mil lo'ino nigUM biOder ono'ie

. organizations and Individuals 3 parks and gro'unds until noon, on. Choncey said an>one wi w ho New Moon Housq Trailer Kt< ij

223501i BMs Will bo tocolvod until ur

: were assigned work areas in a Uien be served freo lunches I al at w lshte lo assist with the ic o n - Mayfl. iBTT.Theadvertitefteterv

; iin a i • ^a'iYVfTp^~m'lfciInf g ^Uie^FlIcr"Rilrgrt>unas.‘*-LDS DS— n u al—p roject—a n d —Is—n

Tuesday niglil. Tliosc who

^ „ 7 ‘—

10 Church in Murtaugli o r in Uie the associated with a regular

• hove not been assigned an

_ _ ^ l h _ Hills, depending on Uie the crew or organization mi

- - ’ s t i f l e orea arc asked to meet =' w ort oren. Civil Air Palrol rol ' ' report to Uie old hospll sp lb i N e w s l i p s

; a t Uie old hospital building Ig workers, who clean Uie airport ort building b;^8;30 a.m. for tor a 1 1 ^ . 7 3 3 - 0 9 3I

I ■

. Saturdoy prior lo 8:30 o.m. for >r..^ gounds each y ear will have ive c rew assl^ m en t.

assignment.

^

j s s B r a s g f f i s a

^

j

> ■■ Oiancoy said there may be « i

some monetary compensation n '■ t Z ' “

' tills year for the lndu,strlous

^ ' vn|^inj«v»r ^'orkPrs. •*-

The olumlnum recycling

i----------planton'M axw ell Avenue will r:-fMOTH

' - be open until 6 p.m. Saturday

!----- nnd will work clf«Plywli>^»t>.

j ' . Jo h n n y H orizon c re w s.

Qmncey said. Aluminum cans

---------may-bM um cd-ln ror-17-cenl5

. ; per pound. Officials of the : — SPEC

V ■ ■

.

plant say oboul 23 aluminum

. canswillm akeopound. ■ ■ /Q iancey said Ihe couniy

won’t "take a cul" but will let 2 Um mam dunls . wiia coiu-ct - :

p = =

\ r ^

} and turn in the cans hnvc full

; , N e w s o f

Falls. .fcto^ I< o . ' T hursday.M ays. 1877

s \V-g

■ - .• - • ■

■J ’ . “ r ■ '

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r f a r m e c

B '■ ......

| - i < a n ^ ^

H . . - . FILER WyaU Williarr ms

u m . was nam ed , ^ ta r Chaptc te r

___ F arm er nnd Jnstalled as ne


■ ■ president of the Flier Chaptc te r .

H of Future F arm ers of Amerlc

H . at Uie parent'tnem ber banqui uct—

W ——-.-Thursday-evening-in’lho-hlg

__ -school gym nasium ..'._____

- ' k ^ B M ^ ^ I

■ ■ R oger B la s s 'h a tf bcc r e n '~

| H elected vice president of tl the

B ..... group:' -Koreen Egglestoi

^ — sc c £ c ta ry 4 _ G u y _ K a s lc i - B | ^ ^ B 8 8 0

H tre a su re r; Tam m y Allci

i H senUnel.

H

H

Williams received the sK l a r ^ ’.

- chapter farm er plaque ar

H i Miss Allen received o j)loj]i lue-

for-Star-G reenliand.-Sandt

L -

N iw o m c ^ US o(~tbe F iler chapter of

F uture F a rm e n of f America A w ere im talled loto

office Friday svoola mtwg 1^ th e

f l l e r F F / [% . b aaq u ettttb eb lg b * acfaooi. ) Shown, left to rlgU,

•-------- — - - tw e r . photo, ere W yatt wmiam s, preddent;

i n s t a l l s _

R c ^ BliM , vice CO presldeot. aad Xoreeo .

Yoder w as presented a tropli

fo r “ m o st en th u 'sia sti t i c

m em ber" from Gene Schlff1( ner

of Ranchers Auction Con ■ni*

pony. ■ .

J ^ f f R iih l'e r. c h a p tc ‘c r

r

.

- ^ ^ a a ^

. . tT B isu rer;. Aarco II aenlirid. and

and guests and inlroducc Md

___ ,uTanunyAlka.'nport< orter, bdow . ____

.

^

.. ;. s p e c i a l , g u e s t s . - J e a n n

P eterso n gave the tabi ble

I g i

H i

..........b ^ q i ^ h

presldcnT, spoke on the f'utui ure

W of farming and gave ten rul(

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V the'*FFA c r^ ^ 'fih e Mtd*^S! slie ' ^ ^ ^ B

■ ••believed In the fuiure < ...............................

W ' -larroing and slie and oUit ^tcr - ' :

■ m em bers of woul ira— ^

H continue their efforts int

r ' effoi'ts and mony hours i

I r -----TmsrwhtcrnmirmTmriBt

^ = = 5 = 5 = ^ B B

K

K

.agriculture, In spile of lo' ow

. priccs and adverse condlUons IS.

'w J l l H i

W , ' ' — Gordon_Bennc«u_FFA_aj

3 _ViSCr,__ gf lrf pmf{pipnpy p ir ios___ I —

■ and aw ards will go to Yodei

■ . best horticulture and best be< ecf ■ f

■ p ro je c ts; . R uhter. crops

I ' K a s t c r . w h e a t; M a r

I

.......-W llH am ^dairy;-B lll-Evan:

swine.' and .'Wyatl William:

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DLETON

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m

= ^ l r f o

with

bed b

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dow n wfll h o l d ^ ^

yjsw PendletoTTT— '

blanket selection

— -x»rt^ayavray-----r - ^

I

s t a n d i n g ^ ;

D i a n k e t ~

p u r c hl

o s e !

r e c o r d -

■ ' ......... ‘‘ F m D i s t r i c t e d '* ’’

-'•SENTENCING r- Gordon LL.

^

...-» --m. a.*^ ^

i .........BJomn. 21. and Jeffrey Woodsds.

j . r ^ r ig .'b o tir K im b e r ly . hove bcci «n

i se n ten c ^ d lo .lS y e a rs In ja il 01 on

: b u rg la ry c h a r g e ^ I n , con

— n e c tio n - w lth - the—P e b r iia r

• ^ ^ ■ ^ 'th c rt“'df=N tenis-~ffoir'Fa'rn rm

; . S e rv ic e .In c .. 1 2 lT y lc rS t„ nn<

" T A pril Oiefl o f about J301i

I ; c a d i fro m Volco. Inc.. 139' 350

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C E D E A B R Il I N G B Q X : ^ r

-----n o w - $ 1 ^ 0

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■ ' " P E N D L E TrC O N B L A N K E T E V E N T . : . . Its-happetiing a t th the Paris tor you *

------- - _ o u r Imost

valued custom er. ir. :You qre-conaially-inv ivited.-4o^come-in_-;_I

tv“ourexcitin5”S>nect}6fi o h - 6 f - F a l l - P ^ l e t o n ^ t e3a=6lank'efs7:^h'S^^^ t

— - b l a n k e t -0 “of-ptjre-vii^tn-wooM s-b f-bound-with-o-luxurioui us-T^^sdtin-blend—

b i n d i n g to t< accentuate th e colors irs.

• ; • HigJiland Ave.

•'s

__ ' _____ _______^wW >d>ejwreh irduM of any pair of' ' -

" '“ 'T '^ 'T H ^ FALLS - - . Person ^ * : — -.H vp^A lltfaeal. K»lc PltfCMl E a n ^ . ----------- —

J = R E E ! Ak*5 - ; Ib . s t a n d i n g RIB R OlAST A I Is-to be given awo] ay,, w ith £ach.b>dj'.m,!i«

.

‘ granted divorces here reccntl;

. arq-D cbnninrflfenfna-pcnrn

’ Barnes. Melissa Lynn Rltclil hie .

______ _Eu»«.«txiPl«xc«ll •d Earring Box^iabtadwlth«aliror.j ror-and compaitm crtilQ .canv—______

flonlns*. Take advi idventagt o f thia-cxdtlns o ftr. Sav Savtl— ~ - •

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I

I N lcew arner and N lta L . The U tn t fashion on ( dealgiat Gold or t f v r g Jo r. Stu Studa.


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cenlly.;donated some fur-.;, pi-a a t l,le n t.. s e t y l c e s , a n tiic e s ta b lis h m e n t o f th e

Women’s Crisis Center of "TsJi flings to the center wliicii Is edui iducation^ outreach program c c n tc r. u rg e s all M agic V alley

. "Magic Valley will be opening ®cqt qulring office and liousdiold' and md a lnyl beachball—. - - ,

I for only a dime! Inflates e s to 3 6 ' around, U f ■

I .a r rtp rn c ^ e d to w m ln id^ o u of our low . - n w I

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p ^ e c e i i ^ ^planning s g w f e :

BlriAM rtUPI) — A county . “ trafffc '-'a c c lS ^ ''w ^ V I^ g n la \ , y 'V w o u ito ’T ^ U i l s without T~ r Uie lo v ^ ones of someone to go ■■'arraiaof ' belngsuWri .

• m edlc^ exam iner, wlio or­ Key. - , ' '' U ie'p erm i^ b n of parents or Uirougli,” Wriglit said ..

t h e m '. ' f p h y s J a l a n s u S i ^ J -

dered an Injured football star's Wright said McNIchbIs was next;of kin. I wouldn't take .- "Ttie attending physician .,';h(^Hals» th ^ ' won’t be sued»'

life support sysjem s turned off —U ie-second paUent In . t w ) — - ' aw aythelrT ights/’ '• • , ' should mfiKC'Uic dccisipnaii lo 'so I ’ll-do •It-’and-tben-lhey’l!-'----w

y a ^ p robat^'w lU hav.e to__ ..weeks he has aUpwed to die by

. wjiether someone Is dead or tiave *to sue me. WlUi the

—ordertos-life-jsupport-systemsralive.

.conscnt of the ncxt'of:jcfiCm

alp ractfce th re a ts have shut down. He did not Identify , . lawyer and"go to court.to do "All ! do-once tliey tiave

Twin Falia planning and de\ development In Twin F alls . m ade physicians “so blastedly' Uie bthec paUent. There .wUi— __this fiortof thlne.'^don'lihink m a d e _ ih a tj^ l^ r i la to-let * •' som etimes . chahgeV'^f\?|Rr*”" '”

, H ^ r ^ a i ^ l c t y , l i a s recclvc vcd a *3.144 . County. -

-^-flcaredi= o(= (toiag::;pracU caU y:^ - • almost certalniy.be oUier».-hb- . • . lt'» n lce.'It’s a n unnecessary - -;_Uiem - jk) ^ a t they, would liavc„ ■ m l n d s ; - ^ t h a l ’s > r tia t_ U ^ w ______

^ ' . ■ granU ppIanapufilic informot ation project* • The Completed ted film will- be sliQwn a t a a n y ^ g : * ’ .

said. . \ J~

— d e a e ^ y w a y JL tl|C iy !fS I£ n l_ _ idocton and her___ Navy told her, " you have been forUi to Germany. I was h^ytf

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'5 ? ' 'T h e « r c of'ttie prtjoct is Uic IC production projcct director :tor; Sterling C, LarMh.’ ■ ••^ o u ld er U>e re^wnsiblllty for parents before .ordering Uic' in Uie. United States becduse I reliably —reportcd-A o-'.have %-~InGenTmivl«rmy1ire;’';" -

‘‘ 'J^

- of a X-mlnutc.cotor;tJlm docum m cntlngpast project coordlnat inator, and Professor Robert' Uiese decblons. This Is what resp irato r rem oved ■ under

the Navy accused'her of being ; demonstrated in your'acllons"" ------ Thc-Jetter^f-apoloo^i.&.^—

■•J . and prcseht growUi trends; pro rojw tlhg key— ^Atlrcd,— College e g e -o f—Southern—Id ah o .— . - thc.taxpayera.pay_m e-^o^.?^_ term s of a Florida law which a Nazi : collaborator during ; •,'jind

your speech an adJierence* from AsslsUint Secretai^’ ibf

' areas of growth for Uie next 25 years, and academ ic consult sultant. . ' . Wright said In an Interview. prohibits anybhe ■ from *ln- ..... ' W o rld W a rll.- --------- --------- ----- tbI:and-_cnUiiislasm for'LUic__ U»e. _iSayy_^pseph ,.MeC^.I6ft;_._.

‘{JS- Illustrating nil major points i ( of view on

"I can do this sort of Ihlng- terferlng with o ' dead body . T hirty -six 'y ears after the ! Nazlgov'cmment.

who called her dismissal

-easlly and simply, and If under the Jurisdiction of the

accusation, th e. 80-yearold I "You have mafhtalned your “imphjper."

. y anyone'gets w ed. It's m e." mcdlcal examiner. Keeping a " P h ila d e lp h ia w om an 'h a s : contact with that country. By "Miss Wunderle was ortc bf .

W ri^ lsaid .

resp irato r connected after- received an apology from thc' J-. - Eccent visits Uicre." the letter, more than too employes firtd .

McNlchols had been In a b r a i n a c t l v i t y - 'c e a s e s

N avy. - •

said .'

from Uie Navy Yard during.

coma since his ticad and chest "amolints to breaUilng into a " • M iss W underle w as a I M is s W u n d e rle . w ho Worid War 11, bul c h a fe s'

w ere crushed In an April 16 dcad body," he said.

. telephone operator a t thei

received the npology last never w r e filed. • '' ' '

- |d F c > o d r c a - < ■ops-could 1 save

f c e e s s u r a t i

j i — W A SH lN G TO N -lU EiJ-i:— Jll lk d y . to_ take_lm jtearei_!s___< _ c llm a te ." , —— ---------- ^—

•r^G ooperativcs polcnUally.couid completed. c

The. most im portant thing

' save ■ consumers a lot of ••Govcmmcht"Iia8-a tre a d y the t coopcratives-them sclves—

; • money, but without govern- ’ aassisted

the devclc^mcnt o f' can < do, the study added. Js. '

farm co-ops by creating a dc e v e l o p • 'i n t e g r a t e d

expand to a useful scale, a b a n k in g - a n d te c h n ic a J .. production j

and .'distribuUoiuT

study said today. a

assistance system lhat Iff now sty s t e m s . J-n S w e d e n . •

-T— rTThg^CTport-fronuahe-E x — nv'ntKl^ iv --the-**'*~*^P* thgm- _jM1 O peM tlyei enhance, c a n ;..

i ' p l o r a t o r y P r o jc c t fo r _ s selves, with the orlgtnaj ram t er power in the marketi

r r iB c o o c f a n c r ^ r e n w H v ^ ^ j "fc a c rS r.'lh 'v cslm cnt-liflv ln r— •^lace7*T I ind"“ d e rc a t-'c a rte ls" ''

. -private financial Institutions •

rbeen

k

'pald back." Uie .rtp o rt - - through t such integration." -

i>- by and large refuse to lend to s said. "Slmllariy. woricer and The Exploratory P roject for

! co^ps^TfflTwnifflmlcppndent -consumei^- V stores." ‘ * • I^

f lc u lt transitions ahead," It decades ( around principles of

T h e s tu d y e n d o r s e d said. i "Yet c(H>ps (acc m ajor dempcracy. 1

cooperation, fair- ^ ~

“ T regisIaUon- to 'c re a tc a con- ' problem i s and are-not Ilkely-lo-—> 'r-neas.-decentrallzatIon and the e

sum er OH)p iMink. a concept expand l o a useful scale In U«5 efficient t and conserving use of

: which PTMldent Carter, has ^ ^co m in g years without an resources."-

1

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y declined to back until a Study. . Im p ro v e d p u b lic p o lic y

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m o t h e r ’ s

d a y

F Firm h\ ikes eoffet ie-priee-^^

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\V - W HITE .P L A IN S . .N .Y . ' O rg anizatio n ’s - C om posite T aster's Choicc to $6.49 and a

C f (U P I).-C H lng a 440 p er cent Indejt price for green'beans 10‘Ounce J a r of N escafe e

- - price Increase In Uio cost of I h asrisen W p e rc e n t.

regular to *5.95 In Eastern n

^ n cb ffe e b M n s.N e slleq o ..L . - T h e c o m p a n y ’s l a t e s t rharkets, : should appear a t the le

1 5 ; toe. has announced an In- . -wholesale

maricup. effective retail level by Uie middle of )f

cieaM In' the, price of Its In- ] May 28. will raise alt sizes of July.

■ » rsiaht coffees: 'T

aster’s Choice regular and ' . The lag period before th^

t . NestlcsaldM ondayUieprice 'T

aster’s Choice decaffeinated roaster’s 1 price is passed along,

moves were made “out of freezM 1 lried coffees by 12 cenU j to U » shopper has Iwigthwed 1

necessity." cttlnga440jump In ■ an 1 ounce. The action will In- 1In

recent m onths to at least GO

-

h i p s t e r p a n

-c re a se .rUic .pricc-oLW esdafc.___1 _ dav8. Supermarket and oUier

J » 5 b p a i i t ^

ir-" a j u l y l 9TO fm tdestroyed73.5 ' ' Instant I coffo by 5 cents an retail ouUets arc having'3l(-

TlrrTpa‘‘«€nt'ftrBra2irfli976cioffoe~~< ~ouncerNe5cafe~decflffelmited— — n: c u lty -k e e p ln g -u p -w lth -th e -

5 5 .* crop. Brazil- la -Ihe worid’s I by . 13. < ^ ts an ounce and ra : pld runup In wholesale list

^^•T arg eat coffee proaucer and . 1

- -p rie e s-a n d -warn-' Uial the

w ppflraW perccntofaH U .S . ounce. 1

. '' consumer stilt has not felt the f 3 7 m

i £ i h g r e ^ bean Imports.

N e stle 's c u rre n t bikes, . full brunt of the most recent

In Ure past 12 months Nestle" ‘ > which wtll bring U>e wholesale increases for boUi instanst and S Of 100% coMon Of nyl yton trieot , P '

^-5 -r*aldrU»-IntcnM ttonal-Coffee— -p\ ric e -o f-a n e l^ l4 u n c e 4 « r-o f----- — g r ^ c o f fce.: ■ — ------

__________w ith CQ!t6 n - i h l« ld . In_w h lt« . y g e

& p a ste ls. Som e h a v e vu

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1 . . . . QUEENBUtabettimidce ite f lb e rrc i^ a d id re in te 'i ~


2 5 - y e a r e ^ ___ ^ _lte«taito«ter Hall .ifte r r rtte 1 bad rectfred addrcaaes

tram both Hou* DIM* ot'FiM laiD ent I

~ '' a s - q | B i e e » * _ l«00(»oq_oo_the occaikMi 10 ( oi ber Sflyer Jubtlae.

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COLOGNE S t^ Y

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C om pare a t 16.00. 3. Of flooty CropoiQt® In

d ream y p astels. Bod ddico trimmed in Spandex® .

1 1 ■ lace.

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Y \ notions, of a e o la te /n ^nylon; sizes SJMi. .

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R evlon's 's y o u n g , . S exy f r a g r a n c e I J u s t th e rig h t gift

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1— VCbncent itr n a te d C o lo g n e , 2 V4 o r . . .1 . - r - . . . . . T ’ . i 7 r 7 i o 6 -

^ d y S l l lk l k . , 8 b z ; " 7 . . . j . : ; w . V v . y '.

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T W )K >tA LLS-: An eighth peted^a ^ tu rd W on tr^'suDiect ' .

Jier We W U lE a c h ’ ’

olw ^boy win . represent ^ speaker r 'com pleted-the sen- - .

o u O t£rti'ld^ In the regional -'tence ' e and ..then wrote an *

of the o y t o i r t - • or i^ iy J j € ^ y ^ e e c h on the •

cSmHa! 'y " ' T "" • i^. u e r b e r .spOKe

Thetw ow onazooeqieaklhg "Togeth Iher We WUl Care’'a n d

otest In Twin Falls Saturday. -TflUnghJ hast on “Together We .

n c a t^ lU o n w ith rix otbw'._wUlFln« ad.TbeA nsw ers” n t h e r . y : ^ . ; ; ^ J

routfc.*fn>m-SoulhemrMaho— < o n tes« s t a n t i r - w e r e —fro m -T —

ommunllles;, v • ■ M ounto ta in H om e, B oise; \

Sheila Gerber, Twin Falls,’ Jerom e and i Twin Falls.

a u g ^ . o f Mr. and Mrs. optim mist district Ucutenant

^ d Gdrbcr, and Chartes governoi a r . Dick King. Boise. '

U E g h a ^ T S o l^ . a s s i ssd t -wlth the lone contert'

andJfti3'’4ioger CompUm, will and anni nouncM winners.- ■.

BO t t UB Canadian cltyMay.20------:T h t vvanow

v er e o n t e s t r w t i p T r r ^ B

lo lumbla. - King I said the stu d e n ts..

■■I$9 Pi(jnl^ Isdpenlotoyone ' q ie e dj i' 'tMChOT hdped Op-" '

16 y ^ of age and under a n d ' timl&ts i colIcct CTtritt and . ■

sach m cakcr competing here " provldc< led necessary coaching. ,

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g f l t i ^ v was a winper In a Miss G( Gerber attends Robert

am tem lJy contest; sala”WaIl • Stuart J Junior High School a n d ’

B a y ^ . pontest chairman. A- the Bois ise winner is from North

; q ^ ; o | eight finalists com-_ Ju n io ;Hl8h. rt . ,

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.m ay

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r.' :day— _______

S x o l '

^ special g ; i i f t s

^ J E W E L R Y L S A L E - ^ ^

f r o m 8 0 ^ r E S l T E N i r

2 /5 .0 0

G iv e h e r o g t h o f s u m m n e r j e w e l r y In d n o r r o y o f

d e s i g n s f r o m 8 0 W e s t Er : n d . B r ig h t s u m m « r w h l t e s -

w ith g l e a m i n g g o ld d c: c e n t s c e r t a i n t o p e r k u p

h e r s u m m e r f a s h i o n s . W IV e'v e a n a s s o r t m e n t y o u 'll

lo v e c h o o s in g , f r o m Inc ic l u d i n g p e n d a n t s , r o p e ts>........ s i - ✓

p i e r c e d e a r r i n g s , c lip e a air r l n g s & b r a c e l e t s .

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C o n t e s t

ly f a m e r s _

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! / 7

y have bM U dD ii^.bottthc...- r a aip p a y ^ - in Missouri an$i

tsouri—BM frTW '^ P atn il— Kwnas imBnyait U iewOTftoraado ~ Ch«wi

- r ifw dM d c o n f l n » « « ^ n ( . :

iSiiahliaadccade. oV erf r j ( i i l i i i | l i ^ ( r . 8 l l e r « i ; ^ H

. n - o y e i d ^ i i M .i ^ l p l n g I'lvc ■|»e tw isters repe«edly d a m a

M o v tt J a te a n t fitm iy . « n o f

ifc-A uth(irftia-saltf-only-a—^ompli

r :: V iK o o re r. B .C ;

iis p r e a d iM r w U ^ hatadA W fd - o f .‘Injuries w ere -w em r

'(One) l a ^ . l a o i M m e Uic rept oi tt t i i . ib o e ^ dozens of Stro ron^ .Mmed t r e e s ,H H

iy, Iwt tt w as tfeffd,” Uic h a m a s w ere damaged by ono Into hMifte I 'iiid - cars a n d ^ ^ ^ H

M M d b g rd iM c t m tmn isaid.

“ U' had t& Deck all twlitci jtcrn earO tath a. • downa n « l pOnM» U m in M enai4 ' j t H

m , t a w i n g tt> broke ken. A4w aw isterdam agbdanurslng C^ount< nty. Potcel .w ind’ gusti- . « . < !

Bodl « a f s to . ‘.'(A (Anothet4 i n a m aak!. .‘I homB ^ ^andacom 1 m uotyconege unrooi x)fcd the Parkview M o t e t - ^ f l

eHwmNMtw

H ay — ^ — can’t I’t get up.-IhaS^a’l BDt a n jr-; and ita t i u se d e x te n stv e dam age southi J>ofPeteiitf>Uta.'Ill.-"

--------legsJ. Ll-I-]usl.)ooked‘daiiD^And— J a -„aam a « e. homes In .n.,;new — ! fflp.' inds of-up to 10 mllos an! =^■■1

- tricdl !d to h d p ber up and both of housin ising development at Fort 1 « f ^d

a m u e d a Junior highF r ^ f t

b erle ’ legs were-Just laying (here ' Dodge dge, Iowa. (Sne man was whool xil In' Pleasant Plains, OL.

In a pile. And * e was Just eleetn ctrocuted by storm-downed promj npting Kitool officials t o . : : a | i

—aittint tna-theta-sayinfl, hVi p y ^wires ■es In I F ort liodge. At least 0 , , cddiuB W for today. ^ j .

« i oersons were reoonea *wj:

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, ' 'Ihc 1» !«rna(to°»iilc)i rnvogcd

fisaht Hill first touched

uredby Ihe comblnatlpn of

thundc n d ersto rm s. and tornadoes

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e no reports of maj«.*>

damp, loge. ;___________

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state! Ics has agreed to lilt its

veto 0 « of Vietnam 's applkation

recora snstnictkm .

. In n Washington, V

S ecretary of

Hie lien confirmed the U nlied’/ T s -

State tes will not oppose Vie£-';^

■ the-U nlted-N ttU oos-and^S U te_- ite.C v ru s -Vancc.-said-Ute— nam^;

itnam In turn says it will Vnlte< ilt«d States rejected the Natio S ons, a i ^ M l d H c a b r o S '^ * '^

. . ‘.■Intel len3ifyIL lts_search_for.lit,_V lelw etnam ese demand.- •‘hoc ad e x p re sse d h is a p - s i i

formi mation about A m eriuns *‘W( ‘Wo ■m ado^dear' that we precl « la tl5 n " W r . v reisara’* :^ ::;:*

^nglnacU oB . , ;*, won't loH pay w ar reparations, b u t . effori orts to locate tb e estim ated 7 - S

i m ^ c a n aad'V W nam csc w eI a re r prepared not t o ' o p ^ - 2,550 SOMIAslhlhdochina. -

^

k Ii % ^ d)V0] /oys ended lwo brisk days of their sir adm issim to the United ‘‘T ‘The V ktoam ese delegatv'° v

SoUallons_Wee-^BiiB process^fiv^ £

tryir rinc.'fo do' sli>^ Smith sal3.-& ^

i d g ^

in; viet- -

e ra are stM M lK llK nlm ent.

ifc M to /'lie itili.' ' ' , 'i S i i

H iim in t/M ld .dle . worsl. and!

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f c ia ls - b e te r W e jE ti^ — '.fiCI^ K p B e r W M-Hw - p a m e m — P n n

I H .. MD- wotfc ijeMiiHered p M r e S I. o fficials a ro E ast

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ll

m

Bp*" • o u s in e s ^ ^ X ^ jjtd rs o m c n a l iM

y d fh w i to and fimn PrW

1 m m io « 4 i:w ‘ :.>fcip itc - mttw m and-M dUiSf^'are given ' ihe s M1 tW d tte 'e ^ c la n of t h e i i M

- I - - I f - v ' - - J r a « * r i d e t i t z j ! i |5 ( ^ , J ^

- capi

J t o m ^ ^ B g rf ^ .I v W iB ..- r m e : a c - d iin

X .1 l i . ^

ig e lW )n i4 l’t i ttefa-duties F r

U i a i H

i I f P r o x m W r 'M t '* *" ® S tS8 tttd a y .* ”

d ic liry ’-fBr' jitdlse. n o t i i ^ > r ^ i

item enttw iiM tM ^doesnot ff ft a e T r a n t p o r t a t i o n lhat o l « ^ i J t W J i « i c « W a r r M i '- : |» ,

III adude

diiW lM S -MKl most M rtm e U . w bar««ecrctary . u y r e t f ^ T O -luxury t f i . S l ;

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aiy « # | W j W over- M t t Ad*ias. ’ Ofe ,c6m - bebi iflg ^ fU W a n d fra m w o rk ;-

M o f f ic i^ ^ O M lW f v ic c .sHafi M M of ibe C t M Quard

Id s o r n e - m P : ^ ^ W

P ^ CBaat G uaijt District . Praitm Pr ire'^alw n o te d .-tb a tl^ iy v |

..............V S»hal

• t r « > i i ^ e ^ for C« dM^ B afld e^an ip » w id ed th e . four ar..;CoMirres^leael deputy

/. -

........ -•■•cu Luillj n jiiiM f- . ........

' . i i r•This r maftiM- o( gjvem - - ~ -TU n nl' was-.CSoogress, in- . w rv r v ic e a n d h e a d s o f th e ^ c e ■ • > •

menl S t'^ f f i a B T i l i i are- driven ~ -c W hjing-SpeakBT-Tbom *

as P.— agei (flncy. • Ju d ^ .e iiv iro m c h W . ' j

andfrow toiiie la at laa^t m ------

otcction'agehcy have g lv e o .- ^ S i-

ore than tb e t t m y limousine - Sen. en. Robert Byrd and Rep. .upU ) their UmoUstara.

m i t a t i o o . t) in w o u ld J itn im W rig h t. R epublican

I ■ - i i -i g

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i^soM fc

o r b y ^

U idtedM lilB tacM tloQ al ciSwn ■n north 1 oT Harrlsonville/ inlowa

t SSI!PMftm inltt^^*r^ :

x ^ " * " T u i

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MMnjvhil*; -a 'S eA te com- peot

wojde wUI complain about his "TT T lio l K t io tU ie e n erg y c r X H * * ;

ppftymwri nM'rWiiin ftir ■nwyyprooosal.s, • ~ W

C j ~ ~ - ■' Act . a 'A i a l d n w i t t ' « i m - "

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I

am Txsrfectly wiilJng for pro

fou to put on m y shoulders a s ,B

• ^ . • . ' whi

S r t c t - a '. m s ^ i w r t pollw “ nnic iHjch. of the-W am e-as-you- --mtt am f 'd * ' |U; oil ImpM t t j 'l M I ■

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p ^ n i m a

- i ‘ ! SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) -r f r e q u e n t bt*. p d r i o d i c " B is e x u a l sp c c ic s can in single-parent species such os

— In- thorlong n in.-8ex-is-the — destruction;—• ■— -------- -i- - -re a d ily b reed—.w ilh -lp a r-- ___f is h _ » h ic h J 'c o u ld ? speed..

;; ^ im a l world's besl survival "T heir survival in th e se ' ' thenogenetic species.’ but the lie restocking ofter spo'rt or

,1 , (edmlquc, says a University of precarious ecological niches, offspring a re sterile. So )0 commcrclal,hilrvcstlng."

!i U tah scientist. But in a actually seems to .depend on crossbreeding with a com- n* Field studies Cuellar con-

.i_ .., lilflaster-area.Jhe.parent.w ho.,_ _ l h e r e c u r r e j i e e o f ___ ^__pcting species threatens the lie ‘ ' ducted wilh whiptall lizards

'; 1 . . reproduce h c r ^ f — or catastrophes,"Cucllarsa>«; ' parUienogfinetlcline.*'............. ------found In the Southwest h ave-

him selfr-hasthecdge.

. ‘.'When the hobltat becomre A lth o u ^ animals seem to proven tliat tens of thousands

f B io lo g ist D r. O rla n d o stable and tlic natural bisexual 4>rcfer sex to the lack of It... I t,. ofllzardsinaslnglepopulatlon

ly ICuellar says many animals populations ^ g in to gain a_ Cuellar 8ay8_on[m_als,he.has os arc gencticolly identical and

J . ybose tiabitats are plagued by ' foothold, the porthcnogenetlc studied all show evidence of ! a probably evolved from a single

— natural-ealastnqrfte-B fich-as— — speclea can't compete well:"------- — t e n d e n c y - t o w o r d p aI rr____ ­ angcfitnr. _________________

! Ilreond/loodhavesurvivedby Parthenogenesis Is "ari thenogenesis If deprived of Of “ Skin grafting Is the most

. bcvelopingparthcnogencste- evolutionary blind alley" fcrtnizaUon.

accurate technique wc have

Ti '^ ri^ e -p a re n t reproduction’ .Cuellar says,'because all in* - ' He said Uie U.S., Department in(. . -for- -testing .genetic relaled-

■ without fertilization.

d i v i d u a l s a r e c lo n e s , of Agriculture had - taken en ness.” he soys. “Normolly,

• ^ “The only advantage of' genetically Identical to the turkeys wilh tliose tendencies cs any bisexual animal will rcjcct

(slngl&i>arent over bisexual parent.

. and tlirough 60 generations of a skin graft from another In-

3 i-e p ro d u c tlo n .” C u e lla r “ B isexual reproduction Inbreeding produced par- ir- dlvldual;unlessltisatruetw ln

.■J - ' pcknewledgcs. “ is that It Is provides genetic variation, tlienogenetie b l i ^ — in this lls o r a case of severe ■ Inj

much faster. One survivor can and this Improves the adap*- • ' • c o s e m a le s who co u ld Id ' breeding.".

n p c^ulate an entire area." (ability and chances for long- reproduce without help.

.But In Ills tests wllh par*

t~ ■ ~ - “n w biologist haa analyzed term survtval^tA m edcaJ:— l- j;. __ CuoHnr said thnt Ivpa . oof.. t— t h c n o g e n c tliU iz a r d s ^ - P ^

j ! Ihe linown parUicnogcnetJc The anim al who can produce experim ent reveals a lot about lUt cent of the grofts took — even

1 rr-TBnlraals—and"T ilant5~tm nc“ — itr-DwiTT)ffspring-Bione-np=—

T-— w hcnr-the-lndlvidual-lixards-

--- tire—process—af~~P° »^

• Iw rld .an d . concluded thclr parently Is not offended by sex, - Uienogenesls,- ond could-hold- ,)d — cam e from as far-as-180 miles -

' habitats all are subject to but it can be dangerous.

promlse for development of ot apart. ■

I ■

| 1 . . COEUR d'ALENE. Idalio

TTUPi) - Two Idoho death row

;inm ates will .appeal tliclr

^ m urder convictions before Ihc

< I State Supreme Court Tlmr-

; isday.

• , ; The appeals of Philip Lin-

• ; dquist. 35. and Tliomas EuRcnc

a ip i--^ ^ u r8dfty,-M«y^

i - i l 11;--;-:.

H ttiio t h e r - w j

'^^or(^^iscm tss~sho^exp ppnt^eahiz

1»77 N.Y. T to e i New» Service Official sources here said period but also : a more )re athletic sliocs to the U.S. last

ii _ SE O U L -U nited Stales a n d . J lie re w as_a,big gap In the g enero u s _cellin g on__lh(L ho' year, and wants, to keep th a l,

r'* ^ S o \ith ~ k o rc a ir'ric g o ti'a lo rs_ ncgolBfiffg pbsUfbnsof the two num ber bf shoes to be sliipped. !d. ■ levclini9T7.Tlielocallndustry

failed Wednesday lo ivach ah sides. Ttic United States, it was ‘^ e departure pf the U.S. l.s, claim s Uiat any reduction from

• : . ^R grcem ent on tlicir con- learned, sought to impose a ■ .■ • delegation, however, does not tliat figure will affect 40,000

I r o v e r s ia l shoe e x p o rt five-year quota which tt« local m e a n a h ' e n d to thfi.e. e . Jobs. ____

>; - problem.-The U.S. negotiating • in d u s try b e lie v e s ' w o u ld!' ' negotiations. .Tliey are . to Tlie Landc mission is under

r; ^ a m , led by special trode seriously affect tliclr long­ resum e next week, following ing ” Q‘ similarly heavy pressure.

! rcprcsentalivcSteplicnLandc. term s}ioe b(port prospect. L ande'svlslt to Taipei.

Tlie large Inflow of cheaper

! iefl for Talpcl Wednesday Tlie South Korean govern- - T h e c u rre n t, ro u n d p( A.sian track shoes, mainly ;

y* afCemoon for anotlier round of - m en t. th e sources^ said. .discussion is vital to boUi olh from Taiwan, is seriously

jslm ilar dlscussl9ns w ltli. rc J c c te d th e .p ro p o s a l, parties. SouUi Korea exported ted . undermining tiic U.S. shoe,

I • /T a iw a n ^ autliorilies.

demanding not only a shorter about 44 million, pairs of- of- Industry, costing . tens of

Uiousands of Jobs,

— aeJtz,___

Creech, who claimed during

his 1976 trial .that he had

, ' . . I Crccch. 27. arc based on rccent

committed "42 murders,, was .

scntgnc«>d tn dp.itii Mnrrh « ___

1976 for two murders he Insisted

he did not commit,

Crcech, whosi^ trial was held

in Wallace on o cliange of

__ !U.S, Supreme Court ruHngs- L__ ^v.cnuc_(rom .. southern Idalio.___

;. -Tlndlng-bl'otc m andatory.dcath" I was.convlcTed in Ihe sliootlng_

. ‘penaltiesunconslitutional. deaths of two transients. John

.• ' Lindquist. Spokane, con- Bradford, 40, and Edward

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pi’t ' Ivlcted. in the murdc^for-liirc : Arnold. 34. Tliclr bodies Were

H.;; ;shootingdcaUiof JoyWeltz,23.. found n ear Donnelly, Idaho. In

‘J ! a. prognan_t_ nalhdnim , .Idnho.;; Novemt)cr.ori973/ , ' " .

ii r -• woman. . , In Idaho, wlicrc executions i

t ■ , Evldcncc at the trial sfiowed 1 are carried out by hanging, the.

. i I Lindqulsl was oCfercd $lo;oop


) lost person to go to Uie giUlows

—4-.— ; by an intermediary for Mrs. . ■ wos Roymond Snowden In 1- - •

—I , W cilz- ■|iusband,“ Uamcs C.’ . ''■1957:; . /

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ladyespi specially nicel ■

i ; !' THIENSVILLE, IVls. cup'll ) She said «ic Jias been of-‘

t;i . ! — Acopyof"Rools” couIdM ir-v ir fc rrc d as much as $1,000 for ir . . , . -

■ j ; for as much as 51,000 a t Uie c one of the books.

- 1 ~ - .[-Book Emporium,------------------- --------- Doubleday—w as-p rin U n'B- g - - —

T* , I A mixup al Doubfeday and d "RQOts” and a new run of Df'

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■-U ,1 Co.. left the bookstore with a •■ C oneW iththcW lnd-atlhe

------ Knumbep-of:bQoka-faearfaig-tte- c ^= 3am e-rlim e-and-a-cbm pany“

; blpdlngs and dust Jackets of jf ' ,^ k e s m a n said tlie mixug ig

• A lex H aJey 's. b e s ts e lle r probably' happened during IB . ;

'- “ Roots’i-b u t containing 'the « - -effo rts -to -rcpolr-ydamagod- [>d-------------

4 • text of the 1930s M’arg arcf !t' books. He noted botli books are rc . .

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*:------ RlDUEY-PARKrPa:^UPlT— )— “ average-^ood-Avoathor-with; iJ -TluuilribloysiQver heating- - .

— Ridley P ark's weaUicr may y moderately severe winters.” - colls to w arm and a converter .

be Just “ average”, but that’s s Smi.lh snid if Uie venture s ■ provides air condllioning in the

t ^ a ^ p t o g e

THERE Is more than boe a way lo - rk k •

skateboard and (his young t m an from L d » n o n .

H o., aet out to prove tt. G erry a D aneU (Sevlaed

flit pwn m ethod of riilijit ig tbe Undlubt>efsV

=

____ 'vOTkw ofthagurfboard.'nie j e d o w n ^ r w i a a a ^

lew bumps and bard Imocl eia as evideocixi lo .

t. • p b o t o a t ^ t . (UPI)____A.

:------------- ----- ^why-the-Posta>-Servlc»4hlnks— c iipro 'pmvps successful, the i ' *" summer. ' '_______ _____

it Ideal for ilk first w lor hcated- d-. -Postal Servlcc will build .

and cooled post office.

sim ilar installations in other r periods of cloudiness, the

_________ Tlic new Si mllllbn facility y ports of the country. He sold 1 building will hove a cpn-

'^wlIT“ open “ f o r " o p c r a tto ri r i^ LHiiivui iTa£ Wlilg (it).iiiiMefed= j— -ventlonal^iMtlt^ i-aad-coolinflTfT—

Tlmrsday; — -----------■'

-- asthcsecondlocallori. -- - system. •

-- Em erson Smith, general. il. Tlie six solar poncls placed- i -------SmiUi said the solar system - .

m anagerotenRlneeringforthc ic on the roof ot 3S-degree angles s - Uiat was Installed-cost about

P o sta l S e rv ic e 's e a ste rn n contain 2,500 squorc< feet of if $184,000. •

- region, said .Ridley Park. 0 a gloss and antlfreezeAvtiich'is-

News lips ^ co mmunity of o ^ iit 9.000. w as^ IS ■> tig o l^ by the sun and then

n DEOOE TODAY 10 cdlacl

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733-0931 [ “'plck'ed tb'tcsrthe solar energy :y“ ru s e d " to ' heat U ic-alr-in-the c....... - 1o»Urtvourf»#J-«ction^“.‘;,“ ---------pofit

• office becausc_lt hns_ is building. I

al World survive 8

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‘ plant site even thougli It costs__ > fn « s a Potentfal dcllclt July 1 _nn.a.-RQ.Y(!r flm orlea . w a n -----r

' uilB’ ts>"* luili. uf iiiliiluiis uf— — mgvc u ;- tu".' yurttmiuuiU.3iU

c u sto d y .. G ov. M c ld rlm I dollars short of funds needed to relicve''crowdlng and sanitiip g .

Thomson MicJWedncsday. continue existing services llie,. problems. Col, Leon ,P p rk e.^g

Two - hours earlier. Judge ; next two years.’ • ‘ ^ Uic'adJuUint general’s .ofnc*»

— r r a n c f r - P c r k^l n a —o f.-------T-h-o f - - m s-o n— o ji d .1 h e . said Uie demonstrators a t:O S

• ; ■ Rockln^iam* County Superior r fivem em ber' state ^Executive Concord and Mari^ e g t f f ^

------(Snirt denied a motion lo f r « e Council met briefly loallocale a 'r 'm o r l c s h a v e . b j g g

the demqnstralors on personal 1 JlO.OOO for emergency sanitary segregated accordlngtOM AnM .......

recognlzancc, a ruling which tl , and tiealUi supplies for the ■parkerj said problcrns


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-..JJK A S Iiy iL L E ,‘Tenn. (UPI) Rawls * said his longing for “You “Y< got to start out slow and -" - T h e y tried th e -p o lic e

— tJicre was a time* when -

----- tlngnr . Ii\n Rnuilt! nrrfAi^

tatus'-symbols dates to h is " save sav UieJulce.''Rwl8 says.----------ta -.talklngrbutlhekldsdon’tw ant •

Chl hlldhood; much of it spent on Rawls R spreads himself UiIn to h ear Uiem.” he said. "They

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champagnc and caviar for Ch Chicago 6lrcct comers. ^ lir¥"iiumOer in j ol projects Uial ' " Kr

breakfast.

“ I.Uiought the best thing I have hav nothing to do with his and ar I kind of sm ak It In on ^

- - He -81111 -sp o rts lallored '

Jumpsuits b d solid gold ncck

chains, but aftcr.rccordlng 13

“ ould i do i n got rich, the fir s t.

Iling I would do wotild be lo

bu< U m trong in a songs so and talk some more.”

albums in 15 years, ffawls savs

ho’s lost his taste for the.

^ii tiishipshop,"hesald.

R^ aw lslaughsandnodsat

movie moi about the singer's life

and visits. Inner city schools

Rawls says he sympaUilzcs

■with -wl Uils generation, ot kids

trsM Jln^ofsuccess......- : — -ga\ awking fana-'slttlng-at-the ..-flroi aroun

F rench-fo r-“The - upp< ippere.'.* ........... , ■ -Ca Cam auba of Cellohdl8.'Brazll.

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consultants with these towei ers a re the tiret sleps “Aftc fter weOiavc mode g final decision.oi n on the e Each cagc also » will be equipped with a pulley.

would be Uie first of their kl kind In th e Magic platfo tform would be attached by cables.

operated screen I wllh w an adjustable mesii Vililch

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rouno uie piaiiorm aiwui JO leci-ir IJrom 'iTS Into various s lz ^!S lfor

transportation,

In operation in Denmark. Novo la Scotia and In Uic e d ;e ^ ' to w arn boaters and keep them ifro fr m e n * ' Tliofish will be placed in and taken from the

. Puget Sound area of Wasiiingt gton. would consist

ing tho platTorm area. '

. facilities by barg< •ges equipped wiUi deviccs. The

of a series of connected wird-mcsh \

.cagcs, - I g slonleA' scrcen would be attached ■ed to the barges will (ransp ispbrt the fisti (o and from trubks

sitspcnded from a woodenplati tform bouycd by SO

itream end of .each structure to 1 inlcrecpt In

Wallingonsliorefi l^forlronsportation.

— :— gallQinnctal-dnims filled wl{h h urethanfrfpom^r-^-;----------ipajij- s irw h ictn n l^rcpllid e-w lth ^h e-cng cnges-ond— ---------^Tlie4^-i-%4ncrr

; - styrofoam-blocks.— -----

ng it to Uic s u rfa c e ;-

toholdflsJiabouti it five inchcs long or larger,

Each platform would be 800 » fect.Iong pnd 115

>ach cage would be constructed' of II'.i

foot E o ch p lo tfo mn 'will

liavo ono 12 foot by 12 foot

• feel wide and would support 54.80 &! foot by 15 foot -

:tlons and. each cage could be lower wcred a n d ; . shed on Its dccic c for fi storage and office p u r p o ^ '

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• ral»e< Bed in foot increments. Each fl pi plotform . mid liouslng fora a 1round

tfic’clock attendant. •

A four foot by 'foor foot .hyj y_;lcn foot.concnclo-- cf' ** .

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M arie M artinez, 28, was In the inlcnslve c are 'iddent on Idali aho 25 sliorily before 9:30 p.m. .

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unit a t St. Anthony's Hospital.'. ,1. She was tran- rpucsdnv.

start Al low A« ...

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SPECIAtl “ ~ rsfcrrcd Uicrc from Minidoka Mon

following Interim - tre a tm er n t. r r s r

d the deputy he saw a hofM bii Uie

lied the brakes on his pickup truck

received when slie wot Uirown

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I about 8:30 fl.m.-Wednesday.

SrpiSp! p struck Uic horse. Damage to Uic ■ -

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Wham Jam Biaakar broaka up

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tou|)ho«l -jams «l the louch ol a

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s at conside

0: 1 - ’ ‘ ^

NEW YORK f U P I).-

iS: 1 ■ ttfrest-paying checking

r at ’^counts, a popular idc.^'1

-:_«ionsumers who want lo (

---------- ^^intcresL^OD_llielr.i.^unu

checking balances. al.so i

ting prove to , .an-answ'C;

lers problem for the Fedi

less Reserve System.

The Fed. which serves as

nation’s central .bank,

voiced alarm at the numbc

banks leaving the Fed sys

because t l i c costs of., m

b erstilp oulwelgii bene

Now ll is seeking to

H----- m easu res-to cncourage-

r ih c m b 'c r s h ip - w i t l i -

. momentum building for

■ tcrest-bearlng checking,

j ."T h o time appears totfc

to deal wllli this member

q u estio n ,” says Paul

Volcker, president of

•Federal Reserve Bank o f!

York. “ There is ho reason

membersliip sliould invoi>

substantial burdeato bank!

'Interest-bearing 'cli'cci

— already is-available in 1

Kngland statics and measi

- 10iliiii— to—B xtcud“ ni15 accoT

- | " 4 g___ n a tlo m d d o —ItAvo—moun

— auppodJiLCoBgrcsfc--------

.r tw ltS :;. H ow ever. lnlcrest_L-hecl

l u ' roccounls w ill resu lt In

' m ” f banks, mal

HO • GR^ — th e m m o r e conscious of

soo j5 p o n s e s su c h as Fed m

“ (S K I l>erslilp. N ationally c h artt

C«OB _.

-H B W L -— WrtSHlt^tj'lUN lUHl) -

sS nl taxpayers waited

hT oV beforelhcA pril iSdeadlInc

ERvct _ tax returns, according to t

ttl IW Service. - ------ •

ItmIIu ' American taxpayers reci

FUN(& this year - an average $4

' TM IB w ere more errors made.

!a ia s And more persons aullioi

-io:«ttM— fo rtlicpreaidentiaicampni;

13 5* . lasl year when the m G cj

["NL; swing.'thc]RSfiguress)idw

- ju jM iL .___Jrh & Jo n c -n c ^ U v e fac t-ta

r eturns at 10 •regional IRS

s s SB taxpayers made

tp to m istakes on the 1976 rclun

SMom ^>e so-called stiort form. IM

’7“ *7.5 Officials blame the 1976

iiT 171 ^ m ost mistakes because' I

T%HL using the short form to I

, mathem atically forthe flrsl

iixNL As of April 22 the IRS had

•tmUl million returns. In the flnt

'IJJ JJJ-.period, fl spokesman said. 1

___K t i m i o . g r ^ u i n i U i c m al!

_ »ONt.' 1 i •-

3C sn -■ —

J | - U S - e b a f

a n a l ^

, C U cagoD illyN om

• CHlCAG0"='C6nrad'Lc'

• ‘ is an information junkie.

l"0 » s In his dnaling yellow oil

on the 17tli floor of the Boan

• T r a d e b u ild in g , he

..Tex., surrounded by 11 televlsl

beam ing grain-markct ne

l y t i c , six ringing telephones nnt

t,G25 c pair of clattering news tlck<

• • Seatifd in a brown swivel chi

iu l>c basl« In this ceosel

•Oclb; audlo-video-print informal

ndaryj onslauglit.

But tie doesn't sil still

' long W nou'e^

likely to bring him to his fl

;[y ‘ • «--TnadJy:5pewln?outflgureff!

Ibomc. „ ,e pt,pne or flring_JifL

. B tru c tlo n s to h is lo

secretary. Roberta, who 1

rah■l^enaI« 8 callersilacR ca

alrport-style.

^ Leslie, president ‘ of

7 , L e s l i e — A-n-fl-l-y-t-io

' Bold orgahiiation, I s ' Americ

- c h a m p io n com m odity

-an aly st. He's ready at

J , mom ent’s notice to tell ;

ifdofn^ how%iy anchovy fishermfi

atkcl)— a tH k i^ a -B ra tllla n -fro st;

IM.Ca simrtjgc

- sum m er drought will aff

tomorrow’s trading 13 stor

H810 below on the floor of the Boi

'/o fT rade.

‘=«*‘or-V-r-Trimrsarnonir-pcppcf-gr.

“ and amazingly calm amid I

down ■ chaos. Leslie works as

selling adviser to Tliomson McKlnr

|52;32 . & Co.. the brokers.

_____L -.-knovm .as.thc'm 'nn.^hlndj

——--------n n tio n 's-lead ln o rly attrtn

• . ' suiV cy.Thercport —cdmpl

(U PI) — - b y - iis lio ^ h is —w lfo-« nd

'alley. handful of grain-eleval

u rle y operators — competed qu

f good .. .successfully-wlllj-lho far m<

ht for ambitfmis effnrt.s nf thn 11

tcadijt.. Agriculture Department,

■andhcd7-o

0-8 .00. spoken and market-wise 1

is, 80- vice Is sougfit by neai

price, cveryom C -* from the Wli

^ll:SO;— nlfuust;.-to-ihP'prrgs- fn

’..7.25-^--trad ers, on the .floor. Ai

0^}.50. underlying his sccmin(;

S'N o. ■ -■'■fnstant Analysis I s . a fj

............rcayilng ana_complex^lew

r — ■— .’• '■•r

k L rese rS

lers interej

— Tlie brinks must belong lo the

rof-in-—^-sj’stenr-bu^aiy^oljihc Jai

ng UC* ■ banks in llie country a re j

;.^'wilh chartered Institutions w

lo earn join voluntarily,

unused Tlic 5.800 memlwr b

so may - receive services from the

sw'er. a and have access to Iwrro

federal- from Fed funds when fiet

_..Jn. return, however, mer

■sastlie- banks rfre reefl


T W p l o n i g ^

g r a n t e d

_ a t B Y U -

PROyO, Utah. - B rl^om

— ' Ybung Unlvcra^ty granted

9ipiom&s to 2,361 studeritii

' Including many from, the

r------:-M agl both

HeybUTTj; Eric H. ChrlsUan-

-. - sen,-Evonne H. Halton arid'^

GeorgeH.-Nye'Jr., all Jeromoi

Kim S. PetersonrM urtmign:

-L a w rc n c o -D .-S te e l,-O a k le y ;.....

* 1).' Fni.dlng I t p ^ o l «v*nN and training for ; -

—~ ~ ~ r« m p o ry p # r» o n n * l.-T ------------

Mr. Mutt>hy wo» bom In W»ttp« tport. Connecticut, ond groduol«d

------------- f«nrB W m w rA bb*yC8it*9*rS' rB *tm ont,'N orthC aroW w nm 96r— i--------

' Atcott*g*h«maior*dlnBw«lnM >Mt AdmlnlilrotlonondEcortomlc*

.................or>d mjr«of*d In S«condory Edi. ^ucollon. H* hot don* groduot*

, work oMS* Unl¥*r»lfl«» of Non srth CoroJIno. Sootfi Corollno, Fair- '

. li«ldU nlm «ltyon^*w Y orkU ;Ui nlvm lty._ '

'l o w i n g cbl]*g«. Muiphy tpor «n t


, v 7 .

’■ ?''' f “ '20 oirN^cwsrTwitTFttiTs:^ ^aho-^Thut«dByrM #r5ri977— r -

CZ -“T r '- X a in K id

a y siet :

P ^ a J ( w r : G ( e i r i f o o S e K a i i i i ^ Z i

= = R a iK u iin ipra3£es=^!J

;

- - - -WAShTn GTON tU P Il - ------- -Which ..substanUolly. excccdj

T h e S e n a te A g rlc iiltu are n his spending estimates.

__ siffnup-_ _ _ __

n lr ---------T h8jo ip n ; |n .iy ..ip p jy « r til LillR= »

,, approved a farm and food bill bil bill 18 too wllh no effort to 'CUt cul , . ^1

b ^ i g B r g p H I

which odmlnl.stratlon official; lals Uie support rates. Talmndgc, Jgo.

M ay 2 1 ^ 3 ' estim ated would l^ sl« sp eten- n • who hod hoped to .scale dowr

io iS E (U P I)-Id a h o ’s five i; M orclr23, lie sold. B u ttrcy s 's’ ’ rcmaln_on_lhe sliclf so lon(

j ' ding ot'least $2 billion'a yea cur ■ the com m lltec's eariler votes

K . - -TWIN-FAt^LS - Clinic and

= B A L IN G

p ■• m ajor *(00(1 rclniling chains J agreed on April 12, Safeway on n th e y 'w e re damaged by "the

, . beyond levels proposed h; hy on support rales, said Tuesday

_ ^ ll_ rc g lstra llo n for Junfcr League

li'aj'c slgnc3 assurances of— f A p r in " in d ir & ‘W onM ny4— i;------artificial light In the stores:—

I------President C arter.----------------- ----------test-v o tcs -&liowcd--sucli_ar

Baseballforogesl3to15years

- — - vc^unlory-com pliance.-that- t- _JHesald.Uie chaips wjll remain n . This gives potatoes a bltlei

C o m m itte e C lia lrm lan a i effort would nol succeed.-

„ will be held May 21sl-at 10 a.m..

— - T W I N E

7 * -* pojolora Inbclcd-as U. S.'No. , under scrutiny of the ottomcy y ' toste,-he8ald.-meaningthey m

,J —IH erm an-.Talm adge.-r- D-Ga. Ja.,_____ T hejegislalion would raise also

' andonM ay23rdiit5'p.m .:i)0th.

r » will be U. S. No. I’s, At; i , general’s office tor Uirec years s '■

longer are No., i potatoes. Al

......and ranking GOP membc bcr - -support tari’cts nexi':year r to— lo --------- .

atJo y cee Ball Park.

1- lojncy General .Wayne l . ' ' according td tlicogrccm ent.__ _ stores have agreed to chang<

Robert Dole said It was to too $3.10 0 bushel for wheat

^7,^------ Registration thisyear will be-

-i----------^Klllwel1'Simn^ay:48unv---------- -------- KIdwell~M ld Ih'e m ajor if Uielr procedures so tnis'w il

e a rly to predict whethe h er . compared to a J2.90 rale

, , • $7. Team s will be drafted Moy

• - S A T U R C DAYtTWAY^-

______ jc!dwcll.saId.Uie.flssuranccs- }__ complaint .agalns.t_stqTO.was_. a __ iwt l » the cose In Uio future, l»

^ C arter will veto Ihe m easure •elf I p r o p o s e d b y - t h e ad-

-iM ih.and-U io-first-gam e^U ie.

; h are been approved by the > Uielr allowing No. V s . to o'" said. . . .......... .... ,

— *il~Is~approved‘ by--the~fui full— mlnlstration.“ and7 to-'$2 2 ff-o

seasonw lllbcM ay3lst.

,, C o n g r e s s . C a r t e r hl a s bushel for com compared with • M O N D AY7MAY9—

/

< ' dijfrlct court and filed the ; i

AH gam es a re played'^ ; threatened to veto leglslatloi Hon th e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n ’ s

U F d u r t h Judicial. District. He

. starting at 5 p.m. and. a r e i

Agrl-TuHf

f Heavy Duty ..

$2 sproposal. •

W V' ■ Mjd till! legal agnjcments

, played on Uie Legion* and •

ifl r i-JcfH U j‘‘l_*-f-'>n'--l>arfioinlng. I ________ L i v e es s t o c k

; ^ -

It would Increase the 1977

--------Jaycca Ball Patk-dlamonds,-!

---------wheat-tnrEet-to $2.90-abuslicl

I . bc[wccn Ills consumer division 1 - . • - ■

_ wlUi Uic lost g a m e s-p ia y e d t

I 4 W t i < e r e t a l I < i r e . ‘ : . ‘ .

JO L IE T ,- HI. (U P I) ~

M A R K ET .R E P O R T -

under U ie ll^ t s at Jaycee. ‘ S b n

[* . ... fromsa.47.' . '

S • JJJJWe w anted to avoid 1 Feeder steers we're steady.,-

. Livestock:

T h e b ill i n c lu d e s a

A clty tournament win follow

BAtER TWINE.

i |f . ' R ation if possible^although I. M ost o th e r c la s s e s a rc

C a t t l e 3 ,5 0 0 ; t r a d e

United P ress IntemationaJ ' $20mllllon-a-ycar plan — also

' , a t Uie end of season play.

> j ; ■ >«feMould-liavcTCsbrted lo that I . somewhat w eaker than a week'

,|j- - m od^rater—steers 50 cents

V Today Is Thursday. May y 5. ; a d o p te d by th e H ouse

Team s from Rupert, Bulil,

C A S H " . . . O F F C A R

Ij JJJve had not gotten com-•

_ ago. Stocker cattle SI to 52

■2 ihlglicr; heifers steady; higti

i' thc12Sthdayof19Trwllh240t 10 to Agriculture Committee to

V alley, ond B urley par-

, a B n c e .- Kldwcllsald.------- ..J.lo .. w er; cows-1.00 to 2.00 lower.;

!. cholcc and prime steers 43.00-

follow.

finance a nationwide network 'ork Limited.Ami nourit.of .Regulor-

, , ‘ •• tlcipated last year wiUi moro

•jjjbcrtson’s and Sm ith's bulls steady; hogs 2.00 higher;

p 43.50; chocIe.42.00-13.00: hlgli.

Tlie m'Oon Is betweeinis'fu full of demonstration farm s using sing . ■

expected to ploy this year,

i B oM K Ingagrecdtocom plyon' I ' 1,739 cattlc, 48 hogs, 1 sheep.

4 cholcc and prime helfers41.25-

- phase'flnd lost quarter.

solarenergy.

occording to Gene Garnet,

i 22M-

42.00; cholce40.00-4l.2&! -

.The. m orning sta rs ant rc To avoid a technicality thal

horses. .

r president ot Junior Leoguc

J STOCKER-ANE»-FEEDER- R------ ^ gsl,m n ; Irnrte moderato r

• could block tbe~ bill on S the SISAl TWINE $ n p o

li^ y B a a r o ii. - :............—

rr-TATrEE^stecy'tiavefi-aoosioor:

]— -barrow s-and-gU lt weak lo Stt

■ ■'■■• T he evening s ta rs -:it jire , -S enate’ floor, Uie. cornmlllee OB?— I N S T a c t r . : . . . ■ ■■■CASH W\6AlE

43^oo-tG^25; Stcer calvcs 4 0jl ^ cents IdwerrNo 1-2 200-240 lbs. l b s . ------------— - ......-

T :— Jupllcrondyoiuw :-------- — “'■■7"Tevl5CiI1fSTictlonwl9Z7;crops

jE riie T p jn e T --- - 600, 43.00-4(5:30; Y earling ^ -39.00-».2S;-No 1-3 200-260 ibS7

- — Those bom on this datp-ai -ar«* to^ provide lliat^M payments

----------- -------------------------- ---------- ......... underthoslgnof Taurus. un’der the ir ic r e a ^ support

s te e rs 50tf-700, ^S.'OO^trSOT"

----------- : G r a i n -

yearling steers-TOO-aso. 38.S0- T h u r s d a y 's e s tim a te ;ed d .

A m e r i c a n a u l i i1 o 0 r rates could Ik m ade until after

- - I r a t n e r s - - : “ 4 n o o n ’heifcrialvc5TO(WOO—

y— recelpts;-catUo50;.hog&.i,2aa.:-

' Cliristopher Morley was boi Ixirn O ct.r.

---------D EN V EinU PD — Grain:— — ^~w fly5ri89o.— ------------------- ----- -— Talmndgc 6ald-lic.wouId.bc fl p S ***' lAHOGRANEE

'33.6o-35.so;^eUcr calves 400r )1 '■ OMAHA (UPi) - Livestock • No,-Miord winter wheat 3.33 3 ,Onthlsdnyinhislor>-: ready to bring the bill up

500, 33.00-35.7S; y earlin g Hogs: 4,500. Butchers steady

for Man-MtMmthMCMVinr - ^ e e t o c « » ^

cwt.

• In 1925, biology teacher Jol Jolm floor debate afler May IS.-Hc -He ............. -

helfers50(w»0,33.00-3s.00; . to 25 lower; No 1-3 195-240 V ,'’ II No. 2 yellow corn 4.25-4.30°

S c o ^ of Dayton. Tenn.. was w; ' said action m ay come late this

i l i s t e d

Y earling heifers €00-70b, ). 39.00-39.25; around 130 head Ni

t*»‘s .. ; S W S H O N E , tP A H< C6

____________ 8 8 4 2 2 2 6

d N o _ c w t,__ _________ -------- arrested for leaeliing Darwin vin'R— month;------------------:------------

MM

■ 3S»(R5S.25rhoIslcln slecra 4 « JT— T ' r.2-zar-2301b-3930; 240-250-11

' No. 2 bariey 4.15-1.35 cwt. theory of Qvoiullon in vlolatu iflon ■ _________________ *

S e h OME - Tills year’s 5 700,30.00-33,00; holstcl'n steers -s 38.25-39.00; No -2-3 250-270- II

of stale laws, v

. —......... jnbricrs.of.llic.Jcrome.Courily y 700-1000, X.00-33.2S;hoIstcl2- 37.75-38.50'; 270-290 II -.O G D E N tU P lJ -G ra in ;. r- - -------- In -'^I901; -A lon- Shepni > n r d ‘

f n r m U u rc a u , c o llc g e c li'stein'heifers'eocF-^i 27.00^' .......37.25^38,00; '29^300' lb 37.0( '7-00 Under n protein wheal 2.35 ^ rocketed 115 miles from Ca| -ape

, •cliolarsliipsnreKellyHuman.' I.' 31.00; feeder bulls, 27.00-31 ;00; i; - 37.50; sows steady, instance

bu, .

Canaveral. Fla., to Iwcun

i&unt. and Rnhdy Andrus. I, baby c a lv « by the head. 5,00- ). 25 lower on welglits over 45i No. 11 protein wheat 2.37 bu. 'America’s first sub-orhil

JJcromi*. ■

40.00; hoi. springer cows by y lb; 300-000 Ib 35,00-35,50. som<

' M ti i U i a s e i i ' a B H M . ' ' | l

■ No. I2protelnwhcat2.45bu. space explorer,

- . ff-Both mciV pl;in to study. y. hd., stock cows w/colves by. y, 35.C5.

^ No. I3pr6lelnwhcrti2.57bu: In 1072. an Alitalhi alrliii

. gp-iciilliiro al llic Coliege of f hd.

CatUe and Calvcs: C.500

No, 1 soft'whllc wheat 2.47 7 crasli In Italy killed 115 pc

Sout|iL‘rnl»l;ili(>lljisf!il!, . SLAUGHTER CATTLE, Steecs 50-75 lower; heifer

bU. •

sons.

fl gy{;iniiy Is llii-son of Mr. and d cowfi, commercial &| utillly. /. mostly 50 lower, instances

f

7

'5 . No.2barley4.80cwt.

In 1975. President Fo: :: GIANT r M A C H IN E IRY

SALE I

i— . ptfrs. Cliarlus Andrus. Jerome. 24.00-26.2S; cows, c a n n e r-& & .low er; cows fully.steady;.loni , -. Total 19 cars.- 16 w lieat.-3 3 '■ ■asked C ongress for $:>'

■ jHe helps Ills p.irenls with their r ' ,cutter. 20,00-23.75; cows, ploln n choice with end prime 1100 II bariey.

Located in Dro rougkt Stricken Blaine. 9 County. Sales a re f t l

million, lo aid Soutli Vii

--------- - Jiiid.oll dislrilmlorsliip andd

& thin. IG.0(>ig.75: bulls, ullllty y steers 43,50; several load oads '

namese' relugoes. _______

i. & comma'rcial,--32.00«M,50i— i; r>inlrf» nnH fHmP KLUi___________ II

____ ^dow n and Niaw >w mochlnery Hoorlnji Is coming due. W e B j

:— ^

[ S Jv in K ;is 4 lt.i;lul) prw iaeht' it^— b u llsjjlo in i thin. 2«s.00-30,00. 43.00-43,25; choicc 975-1250 II

. I 0 lOChOCk IMO

f PORTIJVND. Ore. (UFl) - '

---------;—5 ^ m i ’ml)ei—of—the—loollmilr

--------commercial- cows-2B.5O-2«;0t a o o r— '— ^------------------------------f -^

— ^^"rjlekoL -d aiirfo coM a

'• Wceklyllvestock:

^ C s tlin R (imi tennis leams. He

few 28.25-28.50;*-Conner oni ond ________ _

^ =up--to^2;i 2j00IFRE0UQT»ff n some unlt$= - - I

i ------^CatUo—and-*

m m

' to tx on pages with which :b . • ,

--------choice 2-4.-900-1.lOO-lbs,-40,00 0,00^— --------.---------------------

------ ■ ^ o wrapped'the garbage? -

_.4I,50:.load ln_westem Idaho aho, , • .......: «

- - - - - S ilv e r , • — ; ■ 42,00. Feeder cattle, irndt

K u i r l i - -

g .;_ I* rnedilal«r you daydream,

n. . |yE W Y 6H K tU m r^nantiy i.|y ' Hiow. unevenf few,saies feedei

:

IRNITUW, fVININO SAlE ____

p-:— -fflr3leg>9-fiilU ng-iU iis.dcsk..

tl*«m«crt: Moy 10

“■— TT-^Iannan-WcdnoKdoy-quofctfsteers-

and hclfeni'. steady i LU j i L _ , , , r, , , A u flla n f raijtf* 1atUSa»n.U»MtMaMUh------- --------

, silv er at $4,755 per fine ounce icp • l'% lower; clioice .550-750 « lb 1

S If fellow who n m i ihi he downl.Ocenls. .

steers, 41.00-44,00: choice 475- 475 ■ ■ ■• •• -- iuULM-___

- ^ .'. P o c a lr& e » B e r3r e ver~w n tr~Q y — -E n g e ih a rtf-.lii5 i« r5 -sltm 000 lb-hcifcrs, 30:'00T(r s g n iT

- p - ~ f ~ |w e t - l t i l o another bttilaett, b< he. ..base price of «,755 down jij- l o im m ediate delivery; con

- . ............ lOAIAT-«I«V»AUI

.t,,.- ^ : CAREY,

—Plipn»=>» » ^ 1 4 - ■ B S

con- • Advartli tUvflMirtiwim 13

AHn6VM . ■ !

- j - : 'E j ^ A B - t a k e bit lalm oD 'patt] tty c e n ts. And a "prlcc "fo •q-^ r --trq cied for into' 'S^iemlK-i iI h t AuciloflW«rat W<

Financing i g : A ^ a | l » " : ^ r . I

“ B tccipeiuJd convert toabockej

H3-4a4i arJlinaM * «

ey - -fobricaled-sllvcr -of- J4 m i .. delivery string .chulce..8od-U

-i-' -;-^ w n rocents,----------r - ------ - Bteere. 41.00.

‘ W,

I

A 'S

.

i y . ■

WASHlNCTONT-rUPI)—

Agrlcuilure Deporlment of of- forecaa^^anii^talldng nboiif flu f ■ Caiirornla vegctiiblc planlitigs ■ g i^ ^ ^ ^ i^ c x p c rts also Dotisi tlim

nclols tills w ei'k'are'i'eportlnt Ing' - -p r o s p e ^ -for-'p'^ erop'-only ,n]yT-:.-anrln-Sallnas anti Uie CcnLral •nl . •wholcsalc 'prtccs o r'c a rih e d ' "I

another round of good riowi !ws sligliUy below last year’s peak, ,q)(. , and SouUi Coosi areas where rc . vcgeta’biesroscrnA prlitotiea ;

j about wlieat p ro sp « ls am md • ■'. ■ * w ater supplies are expected lo to rcconi flrsl set in 1975. With ;

some mixed forecasts abou out Instead ot sliortages,- of*' of- ^ ^ d equate. •

'^cons'umier dem and ■ strong, ;

' . Uie outlook for vegeLabl* b l e . flcials hovd been 'talKtng {P|t^‘‘* ? '- iy B fo \h at fact, the report ,rt som e „*'8lljBJit"' further in- <

•suppliesandprices;

publicly about ttie’ posslt^)UK

farm &nd retoll oil creases Iff Tejall-prtces-aro '

The ■ department’s -weeklj kly they miglit hnve to tnvof®

.v$geUbles tills ,1s Ilki^y.thcreportsald.

. wealher report, conllnuing ; a i •, acreage retirem ent program# im g ^ .^ $ iE l^ '^ a d ^ m m e r will Ill - n ie weekly crop wealher

recent scries of increnslnj;lj illy to put a.lid.on mounting sur- •up. ''rem ain abOvc year-ago levels; Is; report, rn6)hwhile, also noled“

_ _ optim istic _forecasts abou out, pluses _ bf wheat, and - tho flio - althougli Uiey will. bc_±:‘sub- 0). ...Tuesday...,Ui?l:, fiinnci^..gol

_.J..l.wintor_wh‘eaj.._^j,d_,T ue^j Jay___A g rjc u ltu rc —D c p a rtm cc h hl i___slanUolly below" Uie ^I^arcil ci, excellent plontlhg weather In

more rain .In tiro souUien cm already has ncllvated-'a fjir- far­ 'aria.ApriT^ak.s'«a cent complete by the end of

in Uie Plains and some ollie h e r, ..nalionolstipplypailem.” - cucumtMrs cut sharply durintj nn •' last week, well N'iowaverage.- .

.wheat , growing oreos woul luld But Uiere still is “substanUnl ilinj Uie'-winter by the Florida da Planting was reported aliead ’

I 'produce a drastic cut from las last . concern’' about vegetoblc ibic fnjeze mo.'- L-.- 'generous" in In of normal in Atlantic Coast

•~yC0T:!S.recp.Kl 2.1 billion buslit


CHICAGO (UPIJ - F o r ma: jany .(tecades cartwhydratcs aiii aiid several kinds of sugars . products for livestock and poul ultry feed .jum bcr, apapercot

farm ers have used ^ g a r canc ai

company thinks in term s of - 1

andSQTghum and for cattle has has Ujc sam e nutritive value - . additives but the paper jivbod sugar ir residues . rolls of.papcr.-Act kcliially. piiiclically every V

m o lj^ .to h e lp falicn cnuionnj fljikecpthcm .^ind digestive e iproperties

as regula r ' n o r m a ^ y w ^ ^ o n ly holf ttie nui utrients of • p artn f rftrr.«U»ati;

________ heaUhy. Wow, manv nr«> »

ROid. , The company, ha has' sponsored more U'lan

-------Thesolids in thi this wood molosses also are Masonite has been moking the wc raod sugar - ' lOOrcscarc{lpro]eci

Wood molasses is ficmlct

ects at various ujilvereltlo'

c e llu lo s e .a • used os binders irs in p d lethed livestock. .. . "feed additive since 1965 and can’t ci

■ ROCK -SPRINGS, Wyo. . cal

come w a r and ^ la ^ ra to rlc a

:(jled clieckerboard lorMls of '"- - r~

___ b VProduct of

5 W e e d s = € a tU e = fc o d e t» ? W^m ^ ^ aM iB p th g fiten B n d Jo iai^ C lin g

H U P h ^ --WtlB'hW«y f ^ ! n r ^ IilEm f aTlU SpH w ilFpaTS '

IW a ^ l^ a rd b o a rd . It ts sold I b

jd u c tsc a n ^ b e tte ru se d to — : “ in

by Masonite' about 10 per cent ent of the wood m o la s ^ lii'' not ciiougli m a k p re o fp a ^ ra h d o t

In soulliwc8lem__Wyomlng - ow >wnerstilp, lie said, '

iUierwood impnjvTdnimarnut lutrition.' '•* . h

. ; Corp. of Oilcago under the nair ime.Masbnex ' their tinishlhgrdtii •dtlons.' ' ' ' Iproducls

yet realize Uie potential i

have

i

Increased titclr numbers—

in animoi Tlie hemlcellulos.

-M ore'thoii 50 of U ic a n im a ls '^ -

— --------and-aJso'-iff*nia(teri)y-art6ih

lose p ro d u ct seen unlikely . ^.aii

ther lumber "^"D ale-G allow ay.- ay.-m onagcr- of Mftsonlte’s --------- ifeed-addltlvcs

derived from wooc

ralm ost 14 per cent, occordlng ha

Dd sugars.... to be useful.lnJooi

iiavc t)cen' removed tliut far .

products firm. Temple Industri

ood-for.humans. .They ap%:__ _____It®

ries; Tric;r of r nutrition products lets divlsjon. s j f y r i i i r t o m - ___ _ ^ He said Masonite is looking for nev

-to Vic McDarment. Burciiu o f l.frs

;w s o u rc e p arcntly require

Irom. tiie clieckcrboard;acco;-{

D ibol(.Tex;-

rc ■ .the_com parthicntcd____ ..j l i

_ pany alone sold Id 70.000 ■ tons of (he wood i of raw m aterlalsfor its Masoncx pr iroducts." stom ach drgestlves

-■ ^ n d —M onagcm ent. .horse ..an and m ore re m o v a ls. a r o - - -

,j Masoncx, made at the compa

e systems of the ruminants . cx

^any's'planls . molasses products ctslasly ear.

"Trouble ts," tie said " a lum ber rcom i

expert.. pii

pony andpoultry. ' ■

planned. -McDarment said.- '

in Mississippi.Md.Calirbmla. . consifits of Pjippr rompnnl* nnles also Sell w6od su g ar IftnV*: 1 .-It qnd thinks m ainly In n term s of

•Lost., .y c a r-th c —b u r c a u '- TThe-capturcd h

horses will !bc.* ' . . .

J CO

■ V ' ’’ ’

counted S.500 horses but a five* pli


placed -in^;'‘foster” homes'.-'

■ Wl week survey this yetir found thi tlirough the bureau's Adopt-A- .

' 6,263 6.: animals. McDarment He Horscprogram .ltesaid. '

said. Areas , In Sweetwater. , Agriculturalists Olid wildlife

L ii^ ln . yinta. and S u b jctte^'e* e x p e r ts ..say ., th e . la r g e _____

- Jli . i --------- —

pot>ulftthHHifari}d4iofae sln U»e :

- i s m

s-fam ily thcaerial survey, hesald. souilhwesUiempartotihestate so

- -•

— s u b tly more than-3.000— take ta too much forage from Uio- -----horses

w ere spotted on the so- ra range, -

W orld pol litical instj tability

c6riier-so ►ybean mfarket?

CHICAGO (UPi) - The hearing h Tuesday that family ci

Issue in a complcx legal battle members n and the CFTC had la

stalls drov aght force easts

over soybean futures and also a discussed Uie family's

federal regulations Is the holdings h in com and wheat

question of wliclher'm embcrs* futures f' prior to Uie fiiingof tlie

o'i f’ a wealthy Texas family suit. s Hunt denied any attempt

d<

fu

d(

pi

curate characterization of the " J,

lawsuit will cause, unnecessary

■ ■ :

demoralization of Uic soybean'

futures m arket, t6 tlic ultim ate /

detrim ent of the investing------ at record hi evehi

public and Uiis exchonge."

.

___

.. -.i

' ___ . ...'.I............-Ol ._ acted.- Johitly - to com er Ihc—- 1< to c o m c r-th e -m a rk e t-o n ULcbecksaid..

• ■ --BOISE

(U P Ii-P roducM on f

~~ .w i^HI^GT0N=(4;PI»= = A — Q«eai»^^BW^Iep«eft-f»rth-f------Ub q

4abor-,-Pi4o«-c«ntrols>couldTbeT-TT^ _nallob!s£oybciiam ackot,------------- joyboans—and—oecused—ihe------

si

-trfr ed m eaHn-ldahirCoTitlnues— r

' ' g overnm ent re se a rc h e r sfiys (he ie equator. This Is.called ttie cm enacted to discourage ^ a ln :■ "u;sr P lslrI^ ~ C ourt Judge ' C F T C ^f-lssn ln g n n isicadln g ^cc 'com m lssionrcm nplalnt-w ere-— “ t

pollticaJ Instability .In s o m e . int( ttertroplcal convergence zone ho: hoarding.Govemments could ^Frank

M cGarr said he would - -si statem ents. . Ni Nelson Bunker Hunt. Houston Crop and Uvestock Reporting

------p a d s -nf-Jhp w-nrlri prohnhly anc nd when it docs not roach for bu;

jdecidc that IfjSIH* >>vvitg~fftr----- tv

— Onifiorr tb ^ M > ;:« f ’f-«iample,-T»»ls— Soc

field to re d u c e grazin g soybeans. CFTC rules llrnit th the commission to- divulge aroDad a Is to t d tem etU sg forthesam fo eperlodlaslyear. , <

; narrow band of b n d south of the le Sahel knew six months . pr< p r e s s u r e o n ' s 'a h e i t a n tni

Individuaj^rafactlons-ineroly.^— ■jfa>r:tQHtoor d

cklh«<

Ifwnpoynolhiftofor I

* VouBetihetfl.effdii

'

• •__________ CHOP 30SC FROM 3/4/S YEAI P tA N S ____

iTinveitlifji rEioSSoTpoyrntmTmim— ^-------------------j

il«fleioMordl'>o»ol«f>gthetploo- • •

ly nothing fsroyw, (

■h« toi credil beoellttl ___________ ^

. ! * Ii»»l»*mo monlht olicf liool ifnioiimtflr. poy owy iu-^“ J

_______ ____ol or^inoli riolpfi d • q u lp rh o n t; 'Ar C a s h f lo w f

'

j. ioennooMod«i4oi

l i SMii-Mount"

■ -PU k.Plant*f_Z ._.,* .

. .

A C C U R A C i ! L _ . , . _ _ \ i ^

- ^ 1,’h


W h tc h e v a r I-Ar m Rugg«d, r«IIabl» LcKkwood ir«n‘r c o n s u m « d .- ^ - D « p « n d c

if

to p p r o d u c tio n . : *

I m p r o v n^

fl«ld mochkn«ry for t< # _ —

— ---------

*T*wwriTrrnnrnrnrrnrrtiTrrrnfn-onp

S P E E D C A P A C I T Y /

H oward Al e a n a e r - ^ ---------

' -~ Ss O tm rA -E A S r SALES AREA-

:t:^ P A R M E Q U IP M E N T ^ ---—

se wood nmolasses

t< p fatten e, iattle ^W

yoining'

horses inccrease

~

m

t

t H T m m i h r \

F R K C F O R

3 Y E A R S ____

He. ■ j^HI

d.n-»d •" \

M

MtHh

lOVel

Bm u

. . “.v ''EiitctHc«rsari

H M O V B I A f U M R T B I

^ h e l P ‘ine8t In

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c o R P . o n

d o v iinM

& ;■ W

i n io m s ^ . r r

ROF A cammV;::.

B u p a r

i u

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A A F T M R P I f t a T

!l s s ^ ^ k N f .

A F O R 1 V K A R ---------

Thur«J8y.Mav5',1977. '.Timoi los-No'ws. T»rtri-^j*rkWio 21 •’-?

Meatprodu iction

m

. Palm er B u le r

; nlO o bR

H rt^ V fiS M A L E S A E E A :-^

FAHM EQIUPMENT ~ " "

w

I

r i z i r r ! i z

-


; r / . '

'o l ^ ; ' . ' r e a d y ~ ~

l j ] v , , . J ^ a n t 'a d

^ f a i l s - t G r —

^ i r t t r a c S - ■

, ^

■j ■ y : ± i : : : n t m i - ( u p n - - - - E i i h 5

l _ C a s u a l m a k e r .

' ■ J —•T outed former undcrwrfrli rid

...^ (InancloigcnlusMeycrLansk; iky ’ . • C o su o lm aker . . . on< o n e of tho odvonto g es of be* J. ^ '

I’l! i r .'’'.'ot Miami BcaCli doesn’t r«a sad

> j ‘-; ..,Mhe public nolices, or h e's 1« ost

: ^ I IntcrcslingambllngcBslnos. 1.

Ing a w o m o n . A nd, d, poin ted o u t so' beautifully

by Sy F ranki In th is sm ash in g h o u ndstootn I'

cn_ack ih a t’s «o p e rfe rfect fo r rlght-now . T he front, t. _

'H e (ailed to respond t a >- a

e)«s»ined ad In the MIsrr «ml

. zlppored of co u rse, le, fo r on*in*Q*wlnk w eorin g 3. ,

The sk irt, tw in-pleof* a te d In fro n t fo give you th e

............. "■

^ ^ • H erald Tuesday, offering hir ilm gracefu l ^ w e e p .you 9U love. A nd il w a sh e s right It

F • a piece of the action In the th

‘ newly legalized casino gair imi

/ fcllngalAUantlcCity.NJ.

-1 ^ -------In-fact, tho only rcspons ^

j : Shirley Kline of Atlantic Cit; ■»y

^ from "her ad .was a piion >ne

In y o u r m achin e. Jui Ju st giv e It a touch-press to o

k e e p Its fre sh n e ss. IS. Self- b elt, in black, Sizes: ‘= ■ '

1 2 -2 0 , 1 2 1 4 .2 2 W . 100% 10 A m el jersoy. M achine e

w ash a b le . 3 4.95.

• ■-___________

-------- c a ll- f ro in ~ f l“ M iam i. -H crali aia. ' :

' 1 h reporter.

i « M r a .- K lln c 's ad- rend [dj_____________________ ^_______-

V, “ Meyer L., at»ut casinos, cai


S . Kllnc, Atlantic Clly (609

______ -

--------«2i^7706/'---------^— — :--------

-•

Klinc._wlfc o f.a car

. dlbl'oglst.saldshchbs'propcrt}

In downtown Atlantic City tha

= -fc T '‘^»puld be an ldeal-slte for •'a i

\ p '-''c a sin o ; but slie doesn’t knov

■ j^ ^ ^ 'h o w to g o a b o u H t;--------------- —

.........

' ’ ■ __li” ;” lJhought. he_would.knov ow________________

? “^'Ttgw. If they'won’t give h im ^ t ________••

. J ' • perm ii. I'll let him use mj

■ 1 ''>-‘iojyps.lSiiUli

r ' ~ tim c^ ftlie k illln B ,

I I •^..ir.v.pQjy. Inilidlly wer ere

j f j ----- /.r.;:ch a rgod .wmMmirdor-bul-tw

I '..;__m-IIwero treated osjuvcnlics.

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week W tfng U « President jnt to - HARTFORD, Conn.- (Ul UPli

begin hlgli level talks wl with _ An'East Granby.woman nhas 1

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concerned." hcsald. .

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to'sult filed In Hartford

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: " m a g ic v a l l e y ^ Five co confcj’chce track and field cham- . chaiicngefbrU ietltleunlessB » Borah stum bles badly.

Mountain llome for the te am m title : ljut It appears that the rest of f . 'Fller'sRirl^bhouldfindUicnc new conference to their liking « d

. " \ . pions will be;crpwncd Friday 0as

th e Magic Valley track season1

~ WlUi the dlvIsionaLmeets Is a already whlttilng U iin^ down, (he : Ihclcaguew iU bchurtlnRJcro romeUicmosl._ - • ........ wlnlha.iqulteliandlli'.^

------- eondudesJlsregularscheaiile.-

SIC running events won't start to rt until 5 p.m. Prelim inaries will be * _■ The Tificrs have mliicd a ioi of points out' bl Uic dislJince \ Tho other two conference-ti

; Tlic Sdutlieni Idnho'Corifcron

-titles are'foregone condusiMiS. .' -

cnce ROte In Twin Fails, the Cross >. . required in Uic flat races and hurdles and Uiose will be itd d at t ■ jumpftiR tills year and It iipp ppcars that Caldwell's Jackson wlli O aklci'has twen boating ,Uiii-r i-Magic Valloy (Jo n fe re n w .c flry -^ --

_________StateConforenc e a l Burley. »ic tie North slde'Conferencedt Corey.- noon, r td d evenly will start irt iaboiil.at

2:30 p.'6i. also s i n « boUii

■ ■ crim p Ihafprodudlon consld< idernbly. Blnckfoot a-portedlyhas.i ^ . week iH'hlnd Matt Swan and ilie

. Uic Magic Valley le a ^ c at‘>

^cGorringejwys. ' ' ___

M urttiu^i vnd Uie Big Six Con- - ^ - boysandi^rlsdivisionsm iistb ist tie ru n ;.... > . - . - . —....... • •• pretty good distance corps nnc md (hat will onlyhurt the.Tigcrs: , Camus County has been Uiur um plhg'lhe Notiiisiifc'cbrifcrwcc

(erencc al Glenns Ferry. Thai it i covers dli Uie team s in the area I The Twin F alls girls arc'cx e expected to win the distaff clinm- Mountain Home is strong R in I the sprints ond the field events ** even more so.

but three and Wood River Is'hc iiosting that trio In Uie Wolverines

pionship with the eastern div division helping Uie Bruins b;y trim ' and if Riven enougii licip. , c could knock off'Jerome, But \ h c e ' • In tiie.girls' divisions. Hag

Invitational at Halloy.

agermdri siiouid'lake.llic M ^ lc

m lnga lot of Uie westem dlvlsl Ivlsion sprint points.

_ • Jerom eglrlssltouldw lnilali. ,11.

Valley tilie while Camas Cour lUnty Is ttie prohlliltlve NortliSde .

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- Six Conference at Glenns Fen cro'TTiie-WildcatR’-contcndcr^iottld— d ~ .“ Following'Friday's action Uii tlieicam s'start dwindiliTg d o ^ t p - f "

The 12 l a r g ^ fehools give up i? i t« J< L p la w here.and there b ut L____all..theJhlng.wiltstart.aUO 0 a. ajn^w lth Uio boyiUrlpIe jiinip. Th«- j-— bt‘-GIennB Ferry but Fiier-ii ••1iQS-«-punch in-Jerrj- Shfl(f(?rafid“ d— nTtn;tairqmillfIc-Fr^T^c'-A-.3 i‘-3'lcam s. wljl run* prcllmlnaHes

' only Ific liesl times In tlie mile e i and two-mlle nms, boUi of Uiose ! other field events and prelim limlnarles'will begin at 11 a.rn. with I Silvester tliut could spell the ;ie difference In tlic wol(;hl.s. Linioln ” , Wednestlny afternoon at Twin 'in Falls' Bruin Stadium with tiie .

beinghcldby Lewlslonmcn wl .vho'sct (heir tim es running a(eoo ) the running finals to s b r t ot it3p.m 3 1 . .

appears uniouchnbic In tlic hu hurdres. Moody will yive Filer points S’ finals on Saturday.

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____ feet ^ v e s e a lM c l In Yakima.' i.Wasli.

In addllion to the track mec meet. Burley will liost the conl'crence i ’ in the distances. -

Tiie A-t IBurlcy.-Mlnico and nd Twin Fallsi. and A-2 cJerome.

- • B orahlsllieleam Cavofllcl'n n the I b jy s’division; Tho Lions woii“^- i'~:''—golf,-tennls and baseball mmeets. e Tltc-bascball-Uiing wlll 'be.a I-------- o r interest In this meet will ili be Uiesliort-sprint renewal amonR—. R------•Buhl.-GoodlnR.WoodRivcnwi: Aill run prelimhiarles as n e c c ^ r y — ^

the western division last weeic :k while Higiiland was taking Uie ‘ maraUion wiUi five team s pi playing a doublc-elimlnallon lour-;

Glenns Fcrry'.s Tom WIdiei Iier and Sho.-Uionc's Jeff Astle omi Thursday and finals Friday eve vening. _ -

eastern side quite easily. Twin n Fallsi, witii p r in te r Clay Meyer nam cntinoncdoy'.

McE)onald. Wlcher hasn't ios lost to the Siioslionc duo y d bul last st Out of Uiose district finals wi will come |ijo challengers for S ite

out. hopes lo finlsli second but t can't i m uster Uie point-punch to Ttie Cross State stiouid 1 b< be a battle between Jerojnc and1

week It was a m atter of Inches les. ,

•honors.

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Cougars to a 5-4 decision overT ■Twin F alls Wednesday night but

* the Bruins rallied baclt'in the he. second , gam e to cloloi a W

decision. -

. . . th o split dropped I'win i-aili ilinwM lnd-Nampa- iriU icB olse—

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- hold on Uie western division, SK :iC, title. Twin F alls winds up Its

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• Twin F alls’ defense creaked I a t lltUe In the first inning of the- "

opener ond ll proved fatal.'Stu lu Dennis- lived on an error and '

-------------!osingpi(eherSeo|( WIlliamB Uie len wulked-Jdin C aisoaandB rad—

• All tiiree runs scorcd when Ki Kelly blxon lined a single to left

- and Uie ball g ir te d ,p o s t thee

Bruin' leftflelder for an error,

Caldwell added single runs In th the second and Uilrd innings wIUi

Twin Falls, breaking the Ice will iUi one run In the sccond, closing

to within one run on a Uiree-run n fIfUi. i BuL d e c ile outhltting the

r h - r - - — M arty Uakey limited Caldwell rit-tofnurhlt^ln Uie n i^il< ^pT 3{»~

- . of Uiose being a solo homer b by Colson Uiat also r u ln ^ his

stiutout.

Twin Falls won the game wit 'iUi a two-run sixth inning. ScoU

■ Wililams.stqrtcd that wiUi a sin{ nglei.and^scorcd B sJ{£aK U ig^Joe„

' M urray and Rusty Walker all Jl drew -w alks. Tlie sccond r u n . ,

. K oredononeoffourCaldw clien irrors on Lakey’s bouncer. „

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r-Tmd^-Brabbcd-2C— a DonCtiane’ ley snot a t T.'ja to makc ii vu-Ta.-wim —

I ------ rebounds Wednesday nlgiit It tto

lead the Los' C;27rcmainh nlng. rookie forward Tom Abemethy '

lijauDflJtOHy)fllrindi^=aftnk a pe lf M

■ - -victory over the-Goldcn Siatc ate W a rrio rriin h c --------RIcJTBaff rry' c a n n ^ iu rn tfo o tc 'r to 'c tin iie ~ ^

■ seventh ond deciding game ot of t their'NBA playoff - Laker lead to three, but Chaney-sank a 20-footer —

■ • series.

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I ______ By wlnnlntt for Uie 4ist time mu in 45 games here Robert Pa P o ri^ ,Jh cJi[flrrio i3 -ifo o t-_ iM k ifi_ i

■ ■ Uiis season, including all tour [our oC ttid r playoff- • center, m a,dc ^ g two-footer with S:46-to-flo~nrcul--~

I victories over ttie W arrior^ "■tiie'Cakcrs Ui b'altlc3 tlicLakcrlea cad to82-79 and Golden State w ^ |sllll .

I back from a 14,-polnt deficit t eariy ea in the sccond In the game.

I quarter.

, However,; ’, A bdul-Jabbarm adeaslam dunkat. -

I With Uie score tied 75-75 In Uic t final quarter. 5:29 and Abe: bemeUjy chipped in wilh a free throw

I - AbdUi-Jabbar, who averaged ed : 37.3 points in the to pul Uie Lal jikers ahead 85-79. * i •.

■ ' . first six games of Uie series, i, made m the sccond of Chories Du Dudley hit a free throw with 4 :^ e f t j _ j

I ......- tw o free throw attempts wlUi h 8 8: :isto K o to p u tth c .. butthcL ake kers Uien ran oft 10 ^rdigtit points In ^

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.VT.-UnnwJCt^TO- CTtoroKcaw»-aH6flf his h five-year con- talked last It ^ monul^wltli Jerry 'Tarkanlan of

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•• . Nevada-Las IS Vegas and'Spent consldcrableitlme

H Russell re|»rtcdly received ed S250,000-a-year S

In Uie past few !w days with Russell's asslstant.iBob

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^ True to his reclusive tenden dencics. Uie form er hunt.

Other well-known players sel( sleeted Wednesday on round six

a Boston Celtics player and coac :oncti did not attend Sonic offlc flcials said no final decision ti» ex-.

included defensive back Tim NMoresco

of Syracuse by Green

I the announcemeni and 'lad had no Immediate pected on aI nnew

coadi for at least a week.,:,,;

------------ BayrKent Slato running baclrA A rtB est-by Los-Angeles, Texas—

T e ^ quarierbock-Tommy Dun jnlven-by. Cincinnati, Michigan

P - Uirougiihisaltomey.nichnrdC ^ CobeT Following ig a disastrous 26-5(3 Sonic season.

hired Ru^ii-In-May-of-1973 in what—

ilnebackcr Calvin O’Neal by Bi BalUmore and Southern Ullnois

^ "I have mixed emotion ah

; running back Afldre Herrera by 'K1 a n u sC ity . . ^

^ Sonics but I feel 1 have reaclK a polnl In my " ' ' “" “ '''t

the

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greatest coup In sports history." ' '

On the sevetilhTound, Green B Bay took Oklahoma State ^ t e r

career where 1 want to pursue ;ueoUier ( activities,” In four yea ears, Russell's team s compiledlla 162-

...D eir^lt^.fpm ttandpejroitsclec octed B aylor^defe^ve b a c l^ m

rcadRussell'sslatemcnl.

• Ifyj record. I. including early-round plhyoff ap-

; Black. Cincinna'U se le c t^ t l ^ t ) e ^ J im C oiteU of P ittir i ^ ^ '

^ Despite Schiilman's com'me Vmcnt jn February pearances ir in 1975 and 1976 camed with con-

. I only the third ployer to be select cted from the national collegiate

^ .Uial Russell could nol conll|ii itl|iue In boUi Jobs. seculIve43-3' i-39 regularseason marks.

' champions. Helsman T r^ h y _v winner Tony Dorsett was_th«

‘1 .7 . RusSdl.called.Uie Sonic ownei vner-.'-‘an extrem ely • ' -

— _l Tsccbnd choice of Ihe”draft on Tw

m sn n d sa b o le b e tw e d i''' " ' good mnn...civic-minded with /ith a goal'W h ic h 'I ' Russell wa: ^as a domlnont 6-9 ccnler for ^ t o n

uesday and punter L iriy Swlder

ifl_andJD nn-Ford, and__ !_______

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— '--------'Russell w ill lie iiupcil "niy ny new i ca~rccr-path----- player-coach; :h7-« n d -led -th c-C d tic3 -to -lt^B A —

; ■ Defciulye tackle Greg Morton" n o f Michigan went to Buffalo on

th e NBA w e ^ tm cooferc reoce aanl-flnal series.

will alloM'me to continue living 'Ing In lire great city titles. His overall o\ coaching record Is 3M;249. .•

: U^e'fll^'tinroiind. Denver took-. c-Alabama running back Calvin __ ___ -Jan e ------------— Lo6-Anfede»H,wii-»74l-

^— iT-TTorscatlltill-wlildiJieMldJicjiaj hnd.grow htalove-___ Jnclucllfl£.flJf 162-fl3 m ark nnd two championships ~

Gulliver and Pittsburgh selectei led Miami (Fia.) wide reciever

coofenoce flm ils against tPcrU 1 aad: (UPI)

‘‘Dill Russell has always glvei :lven me n o per cent with Boston. 1, ^ ~ r r

Phil August. On the^nlnUi rour und, 'G c o r^ a quarterback MaU

Roblnlxin went to Uie New Yei 'erk Jets' and ailcago sdected

defensive tackle Nick Buonamlcl clofO hloState!

On Uio lOU^ round, Kansas Cit; ity s d ected Purdue quarterback

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Harvey Hull and Los 1 Angeles selected < Boston

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In round 11, Philadelphia too ook Stanford quarterback Mike -

■ - . : Cijrdoya. Houslon.grahbed PlUf LtaburgliJincbackcrJU.Riraano._-

■ Denver'nam ed California ilneb; ibacker P h il Heck, Loa Arigdes .

chose Pittsburgh kicker Carson 1 1Long,^Baltlmorc

picked Cltadd

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_■___ _________ e included in Uiat kind of company my. choices In Uie^Derby have c been b< B lm dech in difficult it is for I a'iiorselo win the Triple Ch)wn. ,

For Uie first lim e In reccnt t draft .Iilstory, no Notre pam e arc In horse racing’s Hall of Fam Fai e. , -, He lia s been 1 Ito

the races only six tim es, winnln ling . IWO, Count F leefin 1M3, Cili Citation fn 1948 and "If yoii were W{ looking-for sdrhe ballplnyec to •

! playerw usielected inthc'draft. I. ,

Some fed Man O' W or w* was .Uie best ever '.all of Uiem in if Impre8slv0 !style, but Uint hordl ■dly Honest Pleasure lasl year at 40 4 cents to $1. Of com parowit iiiUi a Triple Crown winner in racing.' - •

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31, the souUiwest 29, Uw Big .Back In .1919 and 1920, the c race r didn't enloy Ijis ty e a r.i . Seattle Slew was the diam plon tw( wo- B Im dedi and Honest Pleasure Lire ran second. : 40 hom ers., i. .drive .In over 100 rims, s te a l-50 '..

■ 1 Ten 28, Uie AUoiitlc Coast.

15, (ho SouUiland nine,. Uic- . anywhere n e a r-th e -p ic sli^ ?e it i does now. and year-old colt It and lie has been looking every bl bit , Bold Forbes’ victory over r Honest Ilf Pleasure in ba


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[ ironfcally. dcspllc Uie fa« act that distance running has b n n

T " ' " a l m ^ a passion wlUi him m for clglit ypnrs npw, a national

4 - .: .:._c!ianipions»»lpiriig)jtalsobc be'hlslasl appcarance ona track.

! - __ JT »p)ncge_qLSqulliem ■n_ldnhn bti III

--------- TW do|i^nK )i«spced^r}M tliIs: ^sprtngiT "' • - • — ■---------- ^ jkiJ'st

t- jC .? ’ a ....... . - ..

; J ‘i t was the sam e thing las 151 ye a r." lie says. "I was firsl In 1_____l a u n r t s m i t e i -------------------------

"2^___ • Uie'lO'oOb and socondln tfiTs '5.000 In reglon«il. But I was slxUi I_______ But all lhat Is behind him 1 now. no He will forego the federation

I in tliC regional cross countr: Iry in ihe fall and 1 was running : gam es In Logan this weekend, ‘nd.'H e's already started tailing off

. .againstthesam epeoplc.”

on his work schedule. He want ants the edge rlglil for Ihe regional

^ Kaufman cam c lo distanci icc running In Junior hlj^i simply 10.000 finals In Oregon nexiSvc iS^'cck,

r l t e a i T i l " i j f " S i r ar

k e n c E a i

V-] ‘ -becauschewanted(oconipct< Etc.

He won't be going for time, me. " I ’U Iry to'gel first place for

; . . •■Well. I Just went oul foi o r track in Junior hlgli and got team points but I'll run It as ea.sy as I can and try lo save

. started jn runnlngdlslanccs ibecau.sci k >VdSloosIowto>runUic -- som efornatlonals.N o. Iwon'i oaldflllb.lcjltiis y rn r " h r a y s .-----------

. J.'.— _ f i r r i n t s ^ c ouidn^jump!H

_ __ Last .year, he ran txJt.h .UlP. U]p_lp_nnd..fly.e;Ui.oysand m e te r s .,.. r H o w T ag

f a g u T - " H e ground his way througJi 5»i the n exfsevcral years and w a s " ' ' Wlillc lie did well for team 1 polnl.s. pc he fell II cost him a good

^ m of the state’s top dlstanc nee m en In his Junior and senior honest sliot at a hlgti national lal I finish.

s it i a k e c hl

a r m s

< year at Borah. Upon gradu luallon he discovered he rcally "A fter the double I had id < only six daj-s lo recover m y ■ NEW CARROLLTON. Md M . Naturally, a 7'i-fool boa is Is M M M n

* . w a s n ’t ready lo quit runnlni mg. But II wasn’t the offer of a ' strength and I didn’t feol nc; nearly £s_good . . . as I had for ’ ____.(UPI 1 - • There's nothlng.odc )dd not the simplest thing lo.travol ,vol - M H H iff ■

^scholarship that k ^ t him in itralnlngr.—:---------------------^— ti

------- reglon'als. rdidiy'fecl n early rl7asstrong7T lils yearlT ngolng a te u t a ' boxer being' super cr- .with. Hold maids approach

\ “ J "There are lots of easier ■ v ways . . to go througli college to put everything Into the to 0 thousand." Ih

's t i t l o u 's , b u t . A l f r e d . d c o E scalcra's room cautiously. ’■ If ' ■ S S B S i i

.3 - «lhanonscliolareh!p.''K aufm lianiiays. ;

"RlgJit now 1 n e ^ io g e'H tln n lo m c lbng. slow'dlstafKe n jiv E scalcru’s good luck piece Is. Is a t all. It's Just as well; becausc use •

.............^ "I really ct^oy running. Itt

m akes m e feol good. Its a lot of ning. Tlien I want to get 1 rc rested up for Ihc next two big well.um sual.

he som etim es keeps the

£ __ V fu n :- ^ ^ c c r ta in Eoinl^Bul_ It when I'm really training herd I__ weok.q." __________ •

- E^scahga’s d iarm Is 7' a feel eel creature, named "Alll." in " L_ a Pre Wane

/ long at d w-elglis about 20 2( 3 resjajr drawer.

. pounds. He dances around I li 11 "They always knock." said

before c ach figtit to. a beai oat Ro m . ‘‘Tlic one here cam c - In GETVAW •Am i m

-------supplied by-his42-piecc cong; )ga— y c s t c ^ y and wc told h e r UiO

drum bjind.

snake was. In. Uic bathroom.

. . “I t’s a rilual.".-said . Uie Uh She was aJiU]C-upUgti(,_ahd

f Vederta

l r e g u l a t i o n s

z SCOTT

world Ju n io r “ llghtw elghi ?ht she wouldn't clean Uic room om ' \

champion. ."I'm just puttln( ing -Uicsnakewasini..-----away

all ;Uie bad q>lrlls.’' . "As soon as, we put out Uic

Lis— wacd-UicrclsjL.snakc-ln.-lior9r

-------Uiat .EiMal«ca’« .."aoori-lucl JCk— Uicrc.'s. nng IhIng for siir«» —

{ a m t t m iH

_ y B B B B ■

charm " l^s a boa constrictor. there Isn't going to be any iny ^

■---------iiT}iC.gnake!s-boen a gooc » d robbery," cracked another

her___ ' m iiJUiuii... .c ,. . *

compani'on, very cosy to gc get ' King aide. Dwiglit Johnson.

. aIong.w itti.llsald£scalcra. Ih( Ihe_____j:llla_Uie_greatcsL-sccutlly flly ........ .............................

-------- J^ByTO BJO H N SO N ------ — 9uroncc;-on-federal"VTitere su " ‘

" v bunV6^ne”com pany'w lirw ^ ® 25-ypar-. Guth said the law prevents nts all the insurance we need. So ® faces -Carlos B ocerrll of o God-made." • ' installed

^ jBALMOfi - F e d e r a l Longshoremen and Harbor riv e r runners from using ing we have to go to two different Pomona,!Callf.. in a 15-rounc md -------regulations

^arid mountinB W o rk e rs fo r w o rk m e n 's 5 forcl^'produced rubber rafis ifis companies to gel coverage on»

tlUe flgliit a t Landover. Md. Id.. • Wlien he’s not showing ^ off ____ ^Lifetime

i . _ costs arc plaguing tiic Idalio compensation Insurance which I ’ -i-c - a rry ln B -m o rO r^ lian— iiis----- w hltw w teW > o alin g -end«^r

.......irrs snake, piaylng' th c conga

-----:outnttlf.g-;fln'- su b sta n tia lly b e tte r thlan— an :— m m m V '

r ------ ••we-have-workmcri’. r com- Ihe application of the Jones ; liability Insurance which Is absorb those' Increased costs said G la tl^ Rosa, a mombei ber Becccril, bul warned against Inst

. PCnsallon..buUlnct Uic main — - A u t - t n Uic two.rlvcr& whlcl'i I - _ r e q u lr^ by the Forest Serx'lee. lee. -very woll, TJils y ear’s rates wp P - ofprom ot^D onK ing'sstaff. f . ------overconfidence.------7------- — ■

SalmonandSnakcRlvcrshnvc says it is unlawful lo use J n order to get a permit lo *0 chargo are based on last y ear's 3 And. 80 U turns out. h

I'' . been declared navig able fo reign-m ade vessels for operate,

e x p e n d . No one foresaw what t B eccerllL who la s l sav

. w aters by Uh5 Coast GuardJiic com m erce wlUiln the boun­ "Now there are a couple of this Insurance'was- going to 0 Escalera ial a Puerto Rlcar

state says It can’t write in- daries of Uic United States or different m arkets we can go lo. cost us."

bout w htii he had a 4 '‘s-fooi oot

• boa.- B c c c e rll's m anager

.• Harry Ki^bokoff, says that li

Escalera brings his snake lnt(

- - 1 ' ' ■

, ................ 7 ___ ■ _

— ---------

s A m u E i

. • ■ . i

^7^:...

■ IS C O3M

IN G i W

should bi}‘ allowed to bring i

HOUSTON (UPIi - Gordk*

hand greit'nde.

soaked uniform.and his worn .w o u ld . likely be with the he use _a few -of Gordie’S ap-

• • Howe , now ‘ admits his 40-

J .- B ut-nothing .will come oi

•pads wllti.ease. U seemed, a s a' lP c tr o it:Red_WinR.s,or_nostolL. OIL__.pcatances—ffli:—pcamoUonaL

T " yM 'r^ra^BM y is jailing to

*— Katralrofr'fjproi(*5rrof^-s]m^i

television cam cram ah ~and Bruins: .

value. Houston would not seem

•. respond wlicn he needs a quick

’ . reason --iUie snake Is gooc

sound m an recorded Ihe • Gordie's sons Mark. 21. and' nd' to fit that bill. The Aeros

burst of energy or a surge of-

* ^ tcle_^slon,‘ and Ihc Amcrlcar

fivemlnute ritual. He ribbed I M arty. 22. would licplavlni! for flC___ conltacts-Xor-Uio-HowcK-run;

: B - - B I K E ^ S A L E - ^

strength. But cvcry-Lime-Jic—

^ ' 'B roadcasIIng Co. is paying

— h-l-a— t-c-n-m m-a T c s J TrtT

>ng

r a”team next year which could lid out after this .season.

; ' goes on Uie Ice there Is a deep

tons for Ute rlglits to the card.

congratulated a fc* across Ihc'

> T I M MIE T O ,

longing In his stomach. __^ locker ro*im.

1 ..“ Yes, I Uiink about It al trio Moments -after 4 Uie briglit ,

gfpH nf_cacli_gamc—now,lI__~ rli^*ls-w 1 ’ere-turned-oif-H ow e—

1 HgvElLsald. ‘‘Each game.now said he faked II for Uic camera. / p o r e s l f Hl iils m i g h t jip

s e

■ $AVE o k e _ j H S

li may be my last. I kinda gel .'.'Rlglit n o w .rm a-llred old '

f choked fo ra few minutes, but ♦♦

EVER

**■ m an;" he said.

• JACKSON. MLss. (UPH - — tennis cenler and Uiat we will a stadlunl Uiat will seal 2I.0W

« Uic game gets going. I •Asked if.the win madu him • Tlie United States Tennis lls hold Uic U.S. Open liicrc," persons j a t th e Flushing

— focl-younger,-»ie-iMi»dr ‘T m — ^r-rr-Associntlon-ond-lhe-^tlly-ofr -of(— H ester sold;-----------------------^ -------M

oadow si-sltoi-H o -ia id -1

^ ' e Houston Acros, fpr

J4 L . 1 ;fore^ : ^

down lo about 48 now. Oh yeah. New York apparently have ve ^ "We’re at the point where courts w(2rc used for the Open )cn .

; .whom .H ow e has played the It makes'you llglit ot heart, hu( reached a "verbal ngreem cnt" t" Uie notes nnd minutes a re {lil al the F’jorest' Hlllst facility, ty,

- ; ^ a M four seasons. ' face for mo. the age Is stlll Uicrc." - — lo move Uic U.S. Open from ils wrltlen by boUi sides but Uio ■ wIiichsciifedM,B00.

t. dlm lnation ‘from Uie World He explained lhal.Icaftimatc .. IradlllonarsilcaLForesl'IJIIh, Is, .■ gcncrol .counscl for the city

: Hockey Assocloton'playoKs'In John Gray "gave me the hft of N.Y. .. ’ ’ - and Uic general counsel for Uie H esier the USTA and

) caehoftlielrnexttw ogam csln . the year> recently. It Iwrt a h ip- USTA P rc 'sld e n t W .E E ... . U S T A and Uic general counsel ' West: Side c liib ' liad been ^ B iII RISERi I p e g . M .9 5 . . . ; . . .

\Vlhnipeg-Thursday and'back ^ a shoulder. I feel Ihe Joints "Slew" Hester of Jackson told lid for the parks departm ehl hayc unable to 'reach agrw m ent on

JftHoustonSunday. - . • r: r:-pvcry tlmo4 move.-’ ,...... .. “ O P I- W e d fl e s d a y ^ t h I e-- e^^-flot h»olvcd Ihcm T rilb'^ettcF- '■ "va'riw tcns^nrD fihoIrlf^’ O ^ S

' • T he UwugJit docs not please : After hls -2.‘)lh sea.son with association, would spend a oT agreement, which we should contract, .-which expires S ^ t.

- k l^ man .wtio.has s c o r ^ 92n Dctroll, and after each of Uic minimum of $5 million to move ve have by Friday bf Uils week." 16, 1977. .lie said |he break­

. • professional’ goals and 2.34-) past thrwi scasons In Houston. Uie toumament to Flu-shlng ng th e W-year-old-MlssL'alpplan down In itegollallorei centered

•V - .i>iln^s■ln 2,33S gomes played Howe h as anilburiced his Meadows bccau.


'B O ^ ’ lliPD - Tlio FisJi op open until May 28 unless-there , — Clearwater River, Nortli o' over Ice Harbor Dam.

nnd Gome Commission toda;y . Is lsan emergency and criticized - n-Fork: j ’g - from Gahsahka, higti.- __ _ Normally. Uiey said, Uiey- •

jm lrorfe«l:solm on Jlsliln ^ u r2 ''.daeportm e cnL p e ^ n n e i .f6 r^ . ^

Ict^iQ iSTr tlic first (Ime In three nc liews stories indicating an DDv w rsliakbam . s< season limit for salmon wim:

ycars.'sctting a 4G-day catd i ea fariier opening, was b e in g ' Clearwater River. Middle tt th a t size run. But .they

and.kcvp season and 0 season • -co »nsidercd. ------------------Fo -Fork:«ntirem ainstem . - nrecommended

only six fisli for

bag limit of four. __

Tlie commission set sldally . TT-CjcntrwaIctJUver.-SouUi___U

-

_U ic.. scason-because-of- - low.

Altbougtj \th e commission ' ba sag limit of. • two fisJi,- a . Forki Fo from its m ouUrto tJie w ater "and the ■ commission. ‘

cstablliJi^ a'M dson running

lronl''M oy ,2 1 -to July 5 it

’ po possession limit of two and a.

sc »ason limit of four fisli for

Mount Me Idaho Bridge.......................-fc ..'feeling tUat much tob.llbcral.

— Salmon River, Trom its n reduced il to four. Tlie conistipulated

that ll m ay set an sa utlmon. • .ni( mouth to Valley Creek . at mission n' also ctlfa'wcck off the '

car),ioiv,clostirc date If. it ap- In ' au th o riz in g salm o n Stanley. Sti , di departm ent-proposed ' 53-dav .

pciiraliilcrthcw atcrlstoolow fis fisiiing for Uie first tim e In ’ — Little Salmon River: si season.

orU i'ccifchtoogreat. Id Idaho since 1974, Uie com- ^ entire cm main stem dosed lo all . Ttiougli this year’s run. ap* .

— :— H-iJlso-tentollvely-^igreed-Jo*— ml nlsslonrscl-dtese-boundarles___ -flshlng.lOp .m . lo 4 a .m-------:-------- p< ppnjTC In lw« miipti Inrpor thnn.

— ^ estn b H sli—t h r e ^ s a l m o n — an ind'prohibited salmon fl^ililg . - -r-.-Salm on- River. Middle .--tl -- tbo&D-of~reccrit—y e a r ^ - th c ------

■ diw W «ysTatI0'rt5 anan li ving— (55 JoM oinerw aT S relinncslal^------Fo ■ForJfrfrom"lts m outh'to tho“ ‘ "di ^departmt!nr5ffidrirstinwlfiBo-— -

station; tq^ colloct .d ata , on ; . -S nak c-R |v cr:-fro m -U ie— ■conflucnce coi o fS c a r Valley and— - b< below average.-And the run in —

salrnori runs and assist in

enforcing the salmon fishingregulations,

Wi iVasliington state line up;

sti stream to 400 feet below H dls

Cc Canyon Dam. _ ______ -■*.

mi morsli creeks." uIdaho

could be reduced 3.000 lo

. ' .1 Department jwrsonnd td d 4. 4.000 below estimates If gill

n« the commission.. Uie -spring__ —nctUng ni Is permitted fo five .. ,

In/oU icr action, the com- — Clearwater River: from Chinook ch run Is early and fast d. days on tho Lower- Columbia

m lu(oh;..rciteratcd that the

general flstiing season will not

its ts mouth to the Middle Fork of

tht he Clearwater River. ' .

Oii this year and that so.ooo or

more nw fisli are expectcd to go

R River this mrfnUi.

J r p u g hi

t t h r e a d i t e n s a Il r e a i i j g

b e l e a g ul

e r e d F ' l a n e e s -

BOISE (UPI) — N o t-o n ly --p troblems n facing-the, depart- —cei •cent of-Uio elk in localized— “ ss. a lm o n and*; T -tccth cad

nont4n-U»Uomcrgcncy4)car .-------ar< -«raas-across-souUicm-4dal»o^j— it

—M IAM I-4UPI) — -M iamil— :iG( iiiw dec=.w ccc=diargfid^lU t=tai =agent;zond.-was.jugt ro-signgd------- — Spoaklng-through-Doiphlns:— |—

. . idalio'sflsli-andwiM llfcbut i f - - Fisl* ! m ortality will- be-high— •Th T h (rcstim aicdT o sro rT u cin r* ■nnerr-’-uesi-ciiiffl^rar^urvivai— n r

^p i c T s o i a Wetfneiday niglit selling s and conspiracy to sell tc to a contract last week when’ sj spokesman Bob Carney. Shula ' • .

wni mAnn n jo«;«t In r>»ynii>» tn . nn

ja rpsra m .w piilillif j.'i.'g a a . _U , », its__vear,". Ihe up.stroam ii

;«me-pouiid-oL-reoca!ne.- w hldU i=Jl

— tlie'State-bcpartriicnt-of-Pish— spj

— Saltcr^idblaclrbcar*couid— it mlBnition"Of"onodromou3“fIsh' Dj olphins^-defcn^vc-tacklcs.----- “ 1B

lnnkcnshtp'~sald h a d " on- — -fro fr m " a n o th c ru n n a m c d 'W F L ~ *rm r —d isappolnted-fliid- rm■~*■^■'

and Game, which has been ud idding th at farm ers and - be Ik a problem In campgrounds, tc to spawning grounds in Idaho , Don R eese a n i R a n d y , .< .estim ated street value' of tt team, His salary was not ,' w» aiting for addiUonal In- ^

bcsct'by-rcvcnuc losses from rai anchors would bejlagued by_ dum du ps and outlying set- ^ w ere surviving very well and Crowder, c and charged them j $233,000. ddisclosed

but was widely f( formation."

reduce license sales, fisli ond bi{ )jg gome, bear ond m igratory Uements, tie which would 'h e ' "tl tiiere was an excellent" op-' ' wllh « trying to sell a pound of ■ : Blankenship said the nild_on_Z-n ~ reported to be between $50.000------

^ m e commission members fo> owl secl(lngfood. : ^ | areas ari of potential contact p portu n ity to tre a t m any cocaine i to undercover officers.___ \ th e ’m otel c lim a x e d a n and a: $75,000. dioicc d frbm Jockson State, lias"^ •

w cfejold Wednesday.---------------------' -T o —solve—some—of_Uiesc___bei ■between bear-and peopliuis Uio— —roseivoiri»~and-.(>troams^for— ---!----- ^

= S gH b d ay ^n v icstlg atib ir^n d ------^ "■"^^^^e^former—Penn“ State— -been-n-dlsappolntm b

ent-tothe---------

R o b ert:. Soltcr. assistant pr< iroblcms, Salter said, will animals, on sougtil food. He said li trash fish.

About 15 officers from th e . "m ‘ ore arrests aro expected.". 11 lineman from Sharon, Po., was D Dolphins. The 2e-year«ld son -

- departm ent director, said the mi nean expendllure of .ad- they the would have to be trapped -E a r lie r , co m m issio n ers j, M iam i' Police D epartm ent ' i He refused to say. however. .. o0

starting nose guard in the of o an undertaker had com-'. *

• agency probably would, Jose lltlonal monies, such as more and an moved in-the interest o f authorized a

salmon fisliing in ^ spcciol investigotions section

nnlphtns!, nllgnmnnt anri . ..plaincd.lasl ,p

year hi? would he,,

t i irninns^Ti'ty.------- -------------------- •"la n a iio for nn.^n ri;t time itfuireu— closed z in on Uie two at a motel . ,. , ; m ad e o r- w h eth er 'm o r e c coach Don Shula has said sincc n more effective If moved from |

saieoffishingllccnscs bccause ch rher> reduction to Jnsurc _Ajndbeaver^ca'n be expectcd _years.sctting-.a-.4C y

-daycatdi___{, In-thfr-souUi part of Miami,— “ Dolphins ' players w ere'“ in~‘ UUie“

end“of lasfseaso n ' that tackle tJ to end. SliiUa had caJlrf 7»

— oftheldw rw ateryear.' ■ - ad idequate fishing next'year if "to dam -or divert needed and a keep season and a seoson Inforinatlon ],

Officer Hobart ■ volved. ' C r o w d e r h a s f i g u r e d h his ability exceptional, but ! '

He said thl& was a 10 percent Un iierc was sufficient w ater in irrigation irr waters Uirougliout bagllm b ltoffour. ' £ Blankenship said. Rceso and Crowder. 24, had played out p pro^minently in the_Dolphlns| _ "said "s he h ad__b e e ^ i ^ _ __ J__

“^dcclK ^r^jrdU ils'ngure could be — =th( hestream sandreseryoirB , Uie Un state and will have lo b e - :- -

^ flT o p tlo h ahd become o .fiw _ p lansforthefuture.' ■ ___ ■ jwwuiitMt/'^^

c

as muc|^-as 50 per cent if Uie 1 He also anticipated ad- removed, rei hesald.

forcst6--8’rc closed early In dll lltlonal funds to. provide Tlicse ' were just some of Uie .

Ocfiij^i-d u e to Ujc lack o f __ ^■mergency

feeding of big ppp roblems outlined by Salter at__

m oW «j«:ofrd”'Uie danger of ga }ame._ . ~Uic Uh opening session of the

fircsj"'^::,* ■ • -1.

r-- " it'5 - a ’Brini story.'i-Salter,

1In

a ’report distributed to the

co :o m m ission,, S a lte r s a id

commission co: In Boise..

.—B ut com m lssioncrs_iverc__

salcT'aSlieoiiUlncdUjcclfccts im nadequalc forage production' told tol there were » m e side

.of ,thcvdrought 6n fish and on in winter ranges could result effects cfl of the drought which

— wllffilferT!e“ sald-the-los5-of— lir n ^hcncedtofccdn5-per,cent----- "couldbctjoncflcial:--------— ^co


rovm ue was'rjiist one of lh c . of )f Uje-mule deer and 10 per ’ They ‘ were, informed that !he

E i d r y c h ’s rre

tu u rti a p j ^tjy a c f a i i i g

- D ETOOlf (UPI4 - Mork .. s e »2c o n d . lim e," Houk said., pitches pit and Uie extra m en wllLl..

F id r y c h ,1s t e n ta tiv e ly . “ F ‘He’s going to rest, then throw . be tiitling. They will have

^6chedQlCti'16~TrtSKB~Ti!5~I977 55 ja tlliiO ra c tlc c ogaln. incn. ~ "D tin iree-o u rih n lh g rn n in n j'rb eT -

___ pitching dcbui for the Detroit on in Ute llUi,' lic'U p ltdi a bearlng be down," trying to get

— bctwcfenM av27andJune2.^ -

“T I ^ 'B no way I’m going to

. ■ ••H e'llhavencatchercalllng— .nnli in g s:-;-^ ----------_

. .rush'-hlm.!*“ M nnager: R aIp h -------

Hoiik.'fiaid Wednesday as lie

outlined -his plan .to pul

baseball's rookie sensation of

'F "

___ l976backlaDcln)llIaj3ilaUoa____^

“Iw anth lm to be completely - -

rcAflyibefore he pitches-Iiis---- -

firat'Kome." Houk said. “ He is

loo Imiwrtant lo our club and

- hefiofrtoom uchofhls'carecr-*

-

C O P I E S W H I L E Y O)UW U AITi^i^^

----- a h e a d -.o t-h h n -fo r'm e -to 'g c t" ! “

panijkyiprtd say we’ll use h!in ■ y o u i T a c e T n t h e h o L e " ^

• • beforehe's ready.".


tfo u lt? would- not even IF YOU'RE IN A RUSH I F O R

sp^iiTatC’Whcn the first start .

___ would be in the string of s e v e nr _PRINTEDJCOPIES,

THE 4 E N ___

hom e games. Uie first Uiree

against Seattle and the next

four evenly divided between

TAKEADVANTAQEOF ) F

OUR A.B. DICK tSOOSP SPEED--

Oakland and CTevdand.

. ‘^r can^ say and you can

uniersta^hd why," Houk said.

.. But,.thc-Uiings he did say

pointed specifically to one of

PRINT SYSTEM.

llimwwnfcndatcs. ____^

TlieTlgers hope Fldrydi can

homer'lM ^ere it would undoubtcdly

sell out, but can’l

.

------- announc© -ll»-*.ni.

f

M i a i m t a c l d e s c i t e d _ Q n H f i i g c h i a r g e s 1

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( O r u s e o>ur u to ll-fre e lin e s ) ' „

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9'J- homer. Kelly also had nln

p .. R e g g ie S m ith follow ed w itti III a Gamble hll two-run hom imers

H - SOTTOff » nOCBWTWn »3ti 111 scoring singles In the secom rood • SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)

OMl U ' 040 Gift c 401

and sixth Innings.

, Jim B arr pitched a slX'hitter M .rin “t"®'® *0 score'Russell onn

n Wednesday niglit to prov •ovliic ■ ' ■ ■ ‘ ■

the Chicago Wlilte Sox wit

!| ■ a V .S iir'' ■'’ OMiMo' eAinaoRE hurling his second comp|i npTcte- f tl- 'x '- n 'n P f y -

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3 •' rain-ddayed G-3 victory o

. game this season Wcdnesd

liieKansns City Royals,

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110 'and h e lp ^ himself by drlvl riving “S f Jj

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4111 Ixsmon connected agal

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IJ j Uic Montreal Expos, snappi •PPing___b S ? - j6 - j» o“# aSL '.■! V. Lo-o.fi— innlngiftsrmp a 2-2.tie.Cflir

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n j « . / Jjinl i n i . . victory In six decisions, stiki

-CHCWO- ^ MKSAS' r AGIFTDIRE lECTrFROIvFGENaERALEUEeTRle

H ------ TOSONTO c i l P i r - Dav >v° ^ SSS-, g r j out rive and walking tv Iw .

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McKoy singled home th

«. Expos starter G erald Hanna n"'^» ISTS, «, T ! ! ! ^ ! § Dtmilet U i 1 1 0 UcflM dn 1i!! 4 UNITED ST/ rATES_SAVINGSJBOND

w i t h t h g . . ' ,

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J» Tekulve Wednesday night and anc - • I'tn'Bm-------- -- — r 'f 'o o 0 « 0 t HirwoM c 3 0 ( 0 C int «> 40

rr.- .- 1SL.-U i S l S '. r ’ . " i 0i 1 stake tlie Pittsburgli P irates s io It

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|J ■ ' The Pirates, who have wo’f

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' H o n s to n 'e d g“ ^ - U S O G s e e k s f u n d s

010 11 of Ih d r last 12 games.

i- ; . g _ r , | ! ! ! S f f ! ! «“®„ ! vicUmlzed A tla n ^ s la rttj rtVr' 'C a b s i n ll t h

C O L O R A D O - S P R IN G S , a c t i v e r e s p o n s i b i l i t y

' Frank LaCorte fo rilv o m nislti" s It ' -— ...............

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Qie first two Innings and anc CHICAGO (UPI) - JJu i lio O ly m p ic C o m m itte e Wi Ve(j’. ■ a lh le tlc facilil1 cs.’'1 a ld Mil

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of Ihe season.

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Ml. On c inscosc* d 100 »B In the nU i Inning Wednesc

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le sd ay a m a te u r a th letes, b u t said

< 0 to give the Houston Astros M a M o p p o se d a d ire c t subsidy.

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01 the Chicago Cubs,

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to fe d e ra l subsidy of a m a t( teur 'I w i T i wwTi p a

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0 I 0mm . » illOBomM *■ J te to ■ Joe Ferguson w alked to o oop p e n ^ r t a In U ie-U nited Stale!

I-ft-i (W Ml I S i » __ 4

K ? i ! l ! K l j ! Ja i * the Astros’ llth and r elached a d s a id USOC V ice P re sid e n t C Col, ' IVIOVv

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^ M i u i s s r I t , sacrifice. Ferguson reac^ ia^ch^.. n o t m e a n tlie fed e ra l govei

■ C ard s’ hom ers

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coniiLmlltiedhlsseconderror T o r o f ' p o r ta n l ro le In a ssistin g ; *11, E xeloiively D ew nitolf

nu I. Mwu 4 iO-Panm i. Smimm 30> 3o> . the gam e on pInch4iUter r EEi n o s a m a te u r sp o rts.”

a ,o Cabcll’sgrotm dball.F ergus •g u so n ;- " T h e v e r y ’ ■ ffrsi‘~ c o

r - CINCINNATI (U P II-.L o u

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n food Is dono!'* Low. M odlum /'

■ost ond Higt) power sittings ^

jilt-ln cooking/dotrosling guldo j f e

j . , ‘ Brock. .Garry Templeton ond

• H — o m ra m rb U l bosweU reach !&ched, g o v e rn m e n t could la k e . an 259 S h o ih o n * Sogth

f ’ - ■ Tony Scott slammed homers CdWtJ 413 J 1 8 I 1

M Eiwrrr ) } I J 0 I .1 ,] third on Uie play and scoi scored *

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n - easily on Gonzalez’ hit.

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r , collcctcd oil loser Woodk runs, including one on a rare -ort! SS, s J .'is r " ,' 1

S e • Cleons oven, sholvM IvM, Inner door and

Frym an and his IhrM sue bunt, vihilc Jim Rice iiomered

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wlndotw • 3-in-1 "Powo ow or:Sovor"unll—

r ; cessors. All throe of Uii and scored twice W edne^ay

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4". B". 8" •Handsomo imo onyx ginss door

■ I : homers were solo shots an^ niglit to spark a 5-2 victory by

3 : I accountcd for the first thre “ '^U ie"B o sto n ‘Red Sox-over the

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» ‘fi ClCrt 5* to 0 •

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veteran-trainer appeared a l’ PI Pleasure was an 'odds-on R ild Forbes last yeor. wlll bc ' “ It’s dllficult to evaluate Uie

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BiS wllh Jolley, who Is m ore llii his year.” Jolley said. “It’s , F or The; Moment was c o n -' worked as well lodoy a slie d id .

b ijg ^ru n g than most of tlic ' ' ah ilw'ays best lo have the best sidercd sidi the leading 2-year-old h before Ute Blue'Crass.’’

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8 & ^ g a m c series with the Kui lunnert have been effective

Q b s lA n - C o l l i e s . - t h e off ff the bench for the Rockets Noted Ann A rbor wildlife arti: artist, Harry Antis, crcalcd'

F^Uaddphla TBers know t h ^ whi 'hile Uoyd Free, Steve Mbc

this tender vignette, “ Doe s ar and Fawn’’, exclusively

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^ n t e d in tbe NBA playoffs. spa parked tlic 7(k>rs In reserve Mother's Day pendant in thcfr thei 'sliinning Damascene ’ -' ‘ '

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- and a lot of encouragemeni to > represent Uie club, Mike said, Id. ooly advolistaig," s a k f H rs.

■ ' WUUants m ay be on Its way to ) ■ Fleming, a '2^ycartalk8bowho3t_______ . frogs.

___ tfve my a^ddress, and said 1 If If because frogs bring to mind 1 upbelnghuge."

■ ; Now WilllamSt a rural town I “ I decided to c d l. In and tdII l people wanted to join thcy tiey -w ater,- Uie - Frogonlan Gub

■ “ ~ W “ 8Miihcm“ O r c g o n r in h c5— - about-thc frog 1 haa found— a-----ahould-*end*me-o-notei-and,

a—

.nd,— w o ud_becom e—a _ c lu b _ lo .

H V hiom eotthe“ Frogonlanaub,” • white frog wilh pink eyes, an n wow, 400 members in three iree ' proniote w aterco i^ 'rv atio n .'''

iSoTtrafuwrr^ ^

(he only one'of fts' i albino," Fleming safd. •The e weeks.” .

WiUi Uie help of neighbors S '

in America. The dub. in a I • ta lk show h o st sounded d Mike said be has received ved and an artist friend. Dale' Eh-

- ^ r t . three weeks, h a s-flt-- •— skepUcal, and he told m e Uwt it -stories about- frogs, -poems •ms— mke, a frog-qroboU nam ed- ; - ^300 Wl VEEKPLUS

■ ' . ttacted ’ about 400 members, if I’d send him a picture, he'd d about frogs, cartoons of frogs, igs. ••wmie" w as.d raw n . WlUi

■ . eveo a letter from theI

appoint m e preddent of the e ceram ic frogs, frog plaques, les. cover letters explaining (hat t * • M en a n d w om en I ( ogrlculturol m ln d ed....lf

postage stam p^ some m o n1^ ^ , WUlIe was being offered as the 9 you like people on ond hove o stro n g d esire

L Hwt1.7aNnVa>4Tlrw0BY—

____natum C M tK T tirinT W ajtl

;

. t> a tte M n JS T > rH .t.sn L an

national sym bol, of w ater

f l . ^ u a n M U J B S t!

[ ’ ^ t o help p eo p le scr save m oney, y o u will be

- conservation, copies were sent

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lo P r e s f d e n t C a r t e r , ~ v e ry w ell r e w b ai^ ^ r T H I S " I S U O ” G M C I“

l l : ; i s m e f a TOtersuTifi

_ _ B M )fR :e?jnsn.l-gaY eniD rs_in_

d e c i d e d ^

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' d ro u ^ t-p la g u ^ states . ond

L _ ___ _ n e a tJ n .o p p e c ro n ice. « .leo m m ore about us

RAI

■ ' 'JERUSALEM _(UPI>'-W iui > clim axed by the resignation of >f -

-o th cre:------------- =------------------

IdImV- 1 WHITEWAlisr

uie most 'se'aU Is likely to set

B ^eberal electiwia , only two > _J»rim e M ln l^ r Y ltihak Rabl^T

“ T h e l e t t e r b ro u g h t a , ond te ll-u s o b o u t V y o u rself. APPLY IN PERn

.up -Ih e new Israeli govern*

^ 1 - ^ f

B ^ ^ w e e im aw ay.~ ^lstcre report:' t. ofter d lsdosure dr his foreign n -

•"'* r e ^ n s e and encouragement

ment. . . ,

L . SON IN THE W ROU }USEL^OOM AT THE PON- ' ” '

■ ' unusually-high percentage ! currency holdings abroad.

^ fro m ' W hite. House P re s s '

All polls show the Labor

■ ' ■ ^ ~ a t y o tm still undecided — •T h e reality of what Is going

Secretary Jody Powell. _

*. • .DEROSA INN, BUR" jRL^Y. FRIDAY, MAY 6 th

U * 5 5 * 5 7 » 6 l k

g party leading In the race for

p fxi M UX I 1

fB . . : w -ftertMps a s a result of.lsrael’s (— on-here-tRsbln!&-downfallU&-

-

.1®* • As for Uial lltUe white frog,

A T 7 :3 0 P .M .S H AARP. f

{ ^ IR u b ^ ^ B b b Io S - s s ^

— Knesset-seatSrtollowod^lOMly

>ecntp(riltica] upheaval. ' much more striking Uian Uie

■ ? r ~ w f i o - I r i s p f i « n ^ ^ I----------------------- T h f s b n q t k mn n n e e ^ p o ts i p a fn - e tc : -------- —

e by Uie Likud. Control of the

f cam paign' itself.’' a Labor

^ Uien bowed out to let -WUHe_

T Knesset 'requires 61 seats.

^ j Itie results of the May 17

t party spokesman saM. - Labor now holds 51, Uie Likud

^ ~ U f Kfffhlgixr .sutmnp—

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L.04U U .. ..- M M x I .tU tl U " ! .

____ Voting will affect Middle E ast

I Peres, who replaced Rabin as

peace moves cxpecfanK IcfT

s . Labor is not expected to win

I head of the Labor party, is

■ t^ibyear.becauw the strength

enough seats to form ia

I y d s A S M N S L i n

I favored to defeat the', main

a new government will

n government alone and, as Si in MACIES i S E m SiilW

E A R

■ I U U M A L O M > H y p s s j ' k

challengers — M en ach em .

■ ; determ ine s^iether it can

• Ute past, will have to form a

1 Begin of Uie rigtit-wing Likud

V i f '. negotiatedeclslvely.

d coalition, most likely wiUi

arehaeologlst Y lp c l'..

- j '. Leading pollsters said In

il'-..-,Vadln»8parly..^,;,>; v-;.-...-; r; -.v.

! ' Y a d ln ,' head o f the new

■ ' : Interviews lhat between 20 and,-;

” ' P dlsterH aphiad Gill of Ui'e

) 1 H E R $ D Al

Y - WESIHW

v S S S S S S S ^

■ ; . ^ r so per c rat of the Voters'are

I D em ocratic Movement for Public Opinion R esarch. Iii-

1

P ly f o l y w t t r T i i ^ L

■ undecided, a figure considered

' Change-_____________________ Ktltula M id neariy 40 per cent

■ ; unusually high so close to

Israeli voters will choose a 0 of Uie country's (wo million

= - W W B B W W F - » W n

K j ^ : e lw tio n d a y r'T .

completely new 120-member eligible voters fall Into Uie

l i K M a l V t V ' S B

K nesse^ (parliament) in the

^ W E S T IE

m s i B O O

rakM

The reasons were unclear,

'® undecided categ o iy ..

) T S M

'P-

y ^ n i | | { 1 1 A s L O W QS o»-i« m n l u i ; -.1

V - : but analysts pointed to reccnt

election. T he'party Uiot wins IS

in-14 u s « tu j .1

ALL SIZES, , C O L O R S , & STYLE

mm

n n s s t r . s s s s I

f c 7 ~ T ^ h c a v a l 8 In Uic Labo'r party7“

KT»14 U tiB U .n . ■

g i i i i i i i i i i . i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i t i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i li a ,

T

= h i f t i i p r i

_ W www.ny. m T .>cw ni I

B * ' •” t i ' • u .

I ^ B S c ! ^ ^ O b j C A

5 ^ “ I

t ^ a r k i n g - —

I s t r u c t u r e

R - ^-B O IS E " (U P I) - Con-.

■ j strtjctlon will start al the end

H of Uie montli on a Jl.4 million

■ —parklng-fitmclure-in^Jowntown-'

■ BoiM that will handle GOO

JSRo~— rhufidayrMoFSTTBT? ' ' ' —

3 0 0 0 . .

, ^

s e * n L £ N V , ■

i L o c a t* d a t9 3 6 C o sw « ]lA 1 A v tn u * W est. 3 Blocks off ^

, : 'W a sh in g to n Akvonuo, v* Twfn Foils. - •

. M A Y 7 . 1 9 7 7 =

rffiSti 2:00 =

■' . i .

. , v 5 j .

' ,10W '

- N a t i o n a l

T e m p e r a t u r e s>

- i t - ^

High Low P q

■ T T '^ A t o d c c n . M .M ' .

M lN h C A P ^

Albany— 68 49 1

H .. Boise S2 3S tr.

Albuquerque ' 80 54

■ ' - I ' B u J i l ....................... 49 28

( p p i o w

AUaiita a r 57

■ r - V . Burley---------.-■52_-2il-llr.

. ’".VcniCAOO* “

Bakersfield . 75 55

■ l ..V Caldwell ‘ 57 32 .01-

- - Bismarck :t6 43 .0

■ ;: Coslleford M 2fi ' V k \ r ^

— 'Boise---------------- 52- 35

■ i ». Bmmctt M 33

. SANFRANCiSCO ; .-OINVER'^^

• ... Boslon- 61 50 .0

Fairfield • 48 , 20,.

Brownsville 8C 71

H . - G o d in s ' bt :>r

Buffalo GC 40 .7 .37

■ . r • Grangevllle 50 27 .03-, V .

Cliarloltc 81-61 .1 .11

H "» . Hnjerm an 56 30

/ i X ,v * aTla n ta

. Chicago - 72 CO' 1.1 1.11

■ HomcdaJc ' 59 37 .01

. Cincinnati 76 Ol .4: .49

■ • Idoho Falls -50 ^ -'

C elveland- ' 67 51 Ji: •33 .

■ ' Jerome : 55 32 tr.

; Dallas 89.72

I- .; i c l m ? - • • Ir.

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DesM olncs 7C 55 .7J .78._ .. '-

U w lsto n -............... 59 38 tr.- H - '- -

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TVtflN F A L I^

I ' E ' ' TnJMStCAM kM iA T W iiU l'' '' E

T i ^ T E v e P a B d ^ r o ^ i p parking

-: I, which will be free of support

U | ^ _ 0 W N E R : H E NNI R Y M O R R ISO N ^ IS - — ^ H E F f i R l E m U E S T

. Z -------- ^

■ 'a a * « • - 2

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• •. WWAAMABtr s

■ = ' 5494310 Buhl. Idoho

A iM iaO B vhl. Idaho ‘ I - PLACEITlWOWN'T

Cpnsthiction Is; expected to

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e c o m p l e t e d , b y

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I - .T h a n k s g iv in g .

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M ^ k .

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” : f l l H ^ O i i c a r g u l o a m i i o m i c e 111

n e e t - —

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— — ^ » ^ te > a > Dally N e w • Ht| Ilgliland-Park. ill., Is ^ n * ' {he fie ' writer seized on Arnold’s clos closer to understanding wJiat~H~ ~ ~

1 ClfliWGO - Tlic nytng . soi orlng Uie meeting, which wUl Btat« tatcm ent that the c ra fts ' is i s t Uian we were back in the

. , .io u c C .p e o p le , cam e here . be le open tothe public «ndwl4lch l "aM l B"M eihodist- “ flying (I; iau8er.'’ Fullersaldv Th The magazine wos bom '^n^j

z z _ ± i : : z i , m b o n l i < i g l i t w h i t e ^ —

fl>1hg’ saucers' m ay to all

rtW ater who is intrigued by The Tl s i t t i n g in 1947 of nine . whei 'hen Fuller, tlien editor of abo

abouti-heJs_adam ant.U iaLan______

't t f ^ g i o u s aq>cct5 or sauccr fly lying o b je c ts o v e r th e Flyii lying Magazine, was intrigue. ' opei

-------------- ^atin*like panel: e ls a r e c a u g h t b y / V

Dpeh mind must to m aintaned

• .gffllUitgg--.. r’ " ..... Co la s c a d e M o u n ta in s In ^ by tto general rcluctanco of ifar If an explanation Is to to found.

a m e d a llio n o f V Ve e rsailles la c e . /

“ '^I^H .'cf'them “f J e w in 'o n " Wa /ashington was mode by pilot— Invc ivcstigators-and.those- who____Tl

-T heexpianotlon^'couldtoas' —

c g w ^ o n a l airliners to Join Kci :cnneth Arnold, who also will assei sserted to have seen 'such slmi

- • L ovely! In -w h ite Rovi ivissant(S>-of - / . . . I .

simple as m eleors." Fuller

k X B .m agazine publisher ^ IMak at the Congress, said craft rafttotalkabouttliesubject. said

..

>5ilj!pj?’J-'iy!ngjliaLfor_cca-___ _ _ li:A n tc o |U ® _ llln y lo n ^ 3 2 - 3 8 ,4 1 8 _______I— X — -------

,.cSB JB 3FM er^-aD nou|)cing-.E u] ■ullcr.____ — --------------Fu -Fuller does not-contendthnt— tuFii u r in e~vcn the scientific

th ^ i r s t Intemotlonal UFO ’ V When the Boise, Idaho, pilot U)os< lose attending the congress com

S le e f

:ommunIty was bafned by

C o n g ij^ / to be held June Zi tok >ld a newspaper reporter of will ill i find any solid answers lo tlios tiose. flying objects, which

:— throumgSMrerel '. ■ ' tto teobjMtsrwhicIi tie said-were— luiLllfta.hehind llia.tiiousands— ^-en wrc;,-imce^ust us-mysterious-----------

.C B jM t's iriagailnc.-based. In tra’ •avclirig In-form ation'at an ofroj ’reported UFOaiglitlngr.-- -^‘- and' mdunltJenfifled. = _____ ____________

■ pf^cnt4)lowoul8llku undertake, even cooking in . said jald. "AftcHt was over, I went got six o tto r Jobs we haven't ‘

leam! >UTiclHing from every you iurkltchen.” ^ ......................... bad jack arid looked over Oie invoiced Invi yet."

^ e n a t e - i t ! ^

y n a m e d

_ ^

S E C T A R Y of tto Y'ear, dii Peggy

ceoterr waa nam ed . a n } d 't two w e b o tirA ift

awarded for study io buslM tineas fields a t tto

OoOese of S o u tto n Idato to » K d Iy Jo h D aoa.Ie^ .

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N attauJSecretarieaW eefcim InTw lnrani. •

l i m i a a ^ s

A . . W J J * • e _ i ,

urgedrfroi

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32^"--^C IN C lN N A tl W ASHINGT0N(UP1)-Sen.

- The R oits w ere Dot n■ rp riaed.1 0 th e past. lia m

come -or to aggressively • over- ~

ames.M cClure Is.d raftin g

I ' t e ’ R u m ^ b i^ .e iittt ■ pky ly dieiA and a t9 bill fc g l:

com c th e econom ic and .

cglslatioii for an Intensive. .

. IS — i hfffHf t hfT n 0 i ^ r diet

technical problems pr con-

et of mao, aew ^M pen L ro rogram e to develop and use

-«qpectany-L«n}oy»-4be-:------- ^uto

verting the various farm ______

commodiUes Into alcohol on a

; £ ? ' .

surp urplus grains, potatoes, sugar

_ d . _______^ JU a tjr. R i q i ^ i s the t R o ^ . beet

•national,Male." • '

ectsandothercommodldcs. -

’ ; r “ " “ (»dinlttiBdlyoTeMietgDt» D tO e m a r d d o ^ . m< McClure (old Qtli'pr senatorB

• 'I • Tbe lo t e n i l Revenuef s Service ta u e d a o o tb e r ' a t a an Energy Research and

le fia d d ie c k to tiie R M rtf, ti «tx)> m ade cure ttwy',„ Devi Jcyelppmcnt -Subcommittee.-. . . n

jjb i- .T » M a ta p D a r '---— iii5 meeting that the advantage of ' TJ w r j K ; a ' i P i p | r ~ ^ z

r imp] inpleitie'nting such technology

nanatlonalscalelstw ofold:. ' ■«

By adding lo to is per cenl ' >. 1

ilcohol 'to .gasoline, 't h e . y a l l e y '

■ ;|:i| ‘G y d i s t l

i t t t l o n 's ' c o u ld ' r e d u c e -

sign ignlfiqantly its rcliancc (

'

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S t r « - 3 2 ; 3 8 7 $ 3 b r S ie e p w e p r • ^

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•A- ‘ ■

Oh; V anity

j — I _ _ j H ow w ic k e d ly s le e k to pc p o u r w h ite '

r e fle c tio n s In a full circ le e o f a

. ‘

g o w n . It's satin -lik e .G llso jo n d o ® - •

— o f* A ritr o ^ ® -lll- n y lo n r 4SM,I ^ ,$ 1 7 - '

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'. I 30 Tlm'oVNflws.TwJn-Filla.' s,'iln U iecurrcntadm inistrationam and _ _R^v. a n ^ r s . Les P e t e m r ^ , i s __ In p h o lo g rap h y an d lio p ^ ^

O P E N T I L 9 P . M . F=RIDAYS t

i ”:

obe s tudent body vice presic s|d ent„. ___________________^

r “ ::rF a iis r5 a id 'tfiiris 'tiie ~ 3 4 iii ,l} r"'"P n » ld e h f^ C a rter’s ' 'polices ces. ■ ifnotllcr can'diaate'sponsor i s o i ^ ' a iriilltary pIFot. Hc'ls active e in virhcn in Junior higli school ol and

an n u ^ B o y s'S tate session. in.. ■ Tljcyoungm encalledform iore ori by the American Legion. . He He'Is ' scouting and Is currently y a h a s 'w o n first and sec

; ■ Kenneth Siiew heads the he citizen support for police and anc active In church, 4-H cl club . pilot with a one year safe fcty places in golf tournaments,

. ! . selection committcc whicti ch court officials in the ap- ap ■ work, interested In loumalli tallsm record. He has won honors s In is a member of the Fish n i LADIES sw IWIMSOITS I ciSz

s L w i n m ±

.s • , named the 12 Boys Staters and nd prehension and punishment it ol of and social , work .He Ic is debate and is an Eagle Scoi

• • fb iM im u tiw iw in m .

out^ G am e Association and is a n _ _afaik.T liI«s.M b.k;lip-

A ___ -two alternates.

criminals.____________ ^ _—

-^a-national-m'erit-hlgh scoi scorer— He is Uie son of Mrrund Mrs:

s : ; i : - ^ $ C 8 8 ^ 4 K 2

srL. E x p lo t^ c o u l,

• bnrM SjlistaU) F«1et

^ Judging w as on the basis ol gf Tlifs year’s delegates in- in and a National Honor Socii locicty. Jam es Koutnik.

Ryan N. Thomas, son of or Mr. . i r t a 9 r t a - 9 « M . aa-M - a ................. U : « H M W1

WNi m k . .

!,. le a d e rs h ip , h o n o rs ond ,d elude Jeff L. Burdick, son n oof

member. He Is active ve -in Brent Boyd, is Twin Fa 'alls and Mrs. Alex Thomas,

— ^awards,—extracurricular- bc- c____ Mr. _and.M r«._.W uIter MM.

.-.wrcsUingandpoIIllcs. . A ssociation o f^ In su ra n ee sponsored by Uie Twin F

; tlvlties, athletics, hobbles, g Burdick, ^ n s o r c d by Uie Uit Joffery L. Hafcr. sponsor isored Agents sponsored and the son s County Republican Ceni

career choice and -writfen Twin Falls Lions Club. He Is a s by Uie Twin Falls Klwai wanis- of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bo> lyd.' Committee. He Is inlercstc* 1 LADIES Hfl lANDBAGS " l i i i H S I

■' e ^ y s with leadership con- d e b a te clu b p re s id e n'n t', t, ■ Club is actlvc In church h a and He is interested in a career r in model plane- building. i£ „ • tmalk\i. M N m itM m

rUfW lTiiniPvlta t i i l f l f t ;

*■ j " sUluting’ 40"per“ ccnt“ 6r“ Uic -------president of the cliolr and wos was 'school progrdins and hopes pes to law and is presently active e in m em ber of-thc-student for

------- ^ ie e —ppMldent—of-*thc-*«^ • « ------ becom e-an-air-forco-or-ca -coox^-----omliestKL-and. Boy Scoutir jgg— a ndM rv ed asco k ap taln o

' I .T jB ach entry, was asked -to to ■ phomoreclass.

ii:

$488

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mcrcial pilot. He Is a rnemb •mber He is an Explorer Scout a and ''football and baseball Icai cams.

I write an essay dn one of two VO Bradley Patterson, son of ol of Uie student council and d iis s a . • prcsiacnt of the Explorers, An Explorer Scout, he Is i

3 Rhemes and to express their ■Ir ' Mr. and Mrs. Dale Patterson, » n. section leader iri the band. id. I He John Higginbotham, son 1 of active In fish and ga

• plans tor Ute lulure and Uiclr qf—-Is-sponsored-by-theElkrCiub: lub;— had astratght'A 'gradc avcra; c ra g c ^ ~ M r.'- a n d '—M rs:—K enne e tli—7—m atters.------ ------'------ ^ -FL0PPY-5HI HADE-HATS- ^ 10 ^ KHIUHIRTS^E^

:v. lifestyle: ----------------------- --------Hfris Interested in dram a, was was- “ forl973-74iind4Metive-1n-& n-Boy— Higglnbothamrissponsorcd i Iby

. Alternates selected to atli aicnd . i n ic liK ii . .

• Seltd aCo lo n . 5Wp#» And _ “ >*{j class. He is also acUve in

20%X)ff S a le !

___ _ ___ R lhhon^Em brolderi

Im-Iw. J« l

Stin)

. w h a t police, courts and athlctics. including. football.

............. . . . ____LADlESi'-SiZESS

all, l a v '

! i ' citizens - should do to help Ip ' track, basketball and'karate. Woven

i^rtall the crime rate and nd‘ He is a member of Uie honor

n Wood D R /

witelhcr or not Uic individual ;al roll.

t ” 3

- tliouglil__P re sid e n t.-C a rtecr-____ r Kerry—Rolitt-eder.—a -lwkvin— in ------------------- m M j

------“wDuld'starnH(matlon-on-tho no— brother of K cntrliopeslarntcr ---- - - - jJ w H

; 'i upgrade.

the medical profession. He has lias . . ‘ ] ,1 ^

LOVELY r TRICOT 1

HANNES®

100% COTTON....

Lj—Eocatelli io tu rn s ^

T --------^POCATELTXiridairo~(UPI] ’II

— Pocatcllo voters turncc cd

opplTsltion .tilc lic s l.tr o m H. i m

Citizens for Tax Reform, who /ho

'

-jfJHIIII

down Tuesday a $1,575 mllllor on

bond Issue for city park im m-

said increased property taxes -30!!-W ^0:LH .'i6'!.! SU D-------- ---------- 100%-NYl.QN___

--------- T jreasarcr-------------------------- year. , . •

' • F our s tro n g S heivi >ives ' I I ■

. shell; l in in g

Lewis Archulettn. Parks an( :nd Tlie'Irand is.sue would have

• No S h arp Edges ‘ . ■•.34'* X 7 7" Size

---------^ R c e rtja lio n d e p a rtm c nnt

funded Im p ro v e m e n t.. ojk

• chairman.' said '.'failure ^ o

EASY TO > a ASSEMBLE :

• 3-Lb.i K Intolotion . „ ,

e x istin g p a rk fa c ilitie s,

. .younger RcoplejylitLWOUlduS isc__[crcatcd.a new park-along-Uio- 1 1 ^ ______________________ - \ . w o v e n w o Q d s J by Kirsch.......

ECONOMY i y sJ t o i i a g e : ^____

ihable e C arry S trap <

. Ihe park facilities lo turn oul ;to tl Porlneuf River and a covered

------------Votc-was.U»c-maior-part-of-tln [l,e— Kwimmlnjf iKwl thatcould tiavc'

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select any-of 01 5uc45eautifui.patterns------i _ l _

; ! ■ defeat. Atiother thing was thi [he. beenuscdyciiraround.

and styles and save! Perfect f o • r u' se in any room r.

at any type of window. See our selection s soon. ; ^

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BOISE ( U P i r - ~ B o T ifd n called it a m ajor step afler thelliem e m b e rs o f the- Bolsi se___tioard approved the lowest bid Mil--:,

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ByinCHAELP.CON - . says Uie Ame imericon PublicJVaiaU Assoclatlor itlon, include a sin g le-w o rd -aabout

public tran- _ alterF Fiscal h Y ear J978.

........ OUTZNewtxRaciNeini

Transportation ai^ in lst

iS ervke.. which te dlst ]lstrU)Ut|ng »‘opr«w.i9 million . iheC arterm message e lo an U.S. bus operators.

Transporlatlon'^Ta'nhot------------

Ti

I. . F rancis White. Board chairm an of U ic""~ ‘ opiiibiTi n and to s u r e s t the enactment during

dally b u ^ rid ers 80« \ will know

ring the " ■mnlnlain Uic current lev

w ihe President ' Jam es R. I. Maloney, ft executive director of Ui

evcTdMcacraliupport fo r------■

fU ie , Washington; D.C.,. area’s 8 bus and subway ' 'ssUsCon longress of new ai^horizatlons for 1980 980 ond bas system granls and

- • p iits b u i^ re

d 'i ot U^csame time rulflll ' 'i - ■

1 region's transit network, expresse sscd , system.' complained itsce wiUy tlmt •■public beyond,' id,” Adamslestlficd.

• commitments lo build

tearegoln g u p in - rnrnlnmiml ^ an M d dlsannnlnlmcnLthaLCartcr lia tr j^ siL'lsnotbclngglyehthe ^ b o ^ Itnecds.^^ ^ __ H e ^

I n new rail systems in five ' H

to. the le next i .cttjes. .

hanka-for-taking-a___ nrt"called*fi I’ for more-irfliait-fu n tia-o r - nnew e i .l‘run!ilt“ Biipporfcr3

the bus and saving energy, cs (s l^ e d l Jim m y program slpli tp lure drivers oul of Uieir cars,

ticularly Sen; Harrison Wlllli llama (D-N.J.) whois - • rcqulrc{

. C arter." ^

red lo complete projects already dy Uli- may be aheadr however cr. since Page reportedly ■

• • ' - “ If w e 're e Bcrious.abput »

cutting dowTi on '. ^ 6®®.-.. J?P0n?0 rijig l e ^ ^ l o n call! lling'for sliarply in- - - derway. ly. those which have receivod tcnta

Wliilc'appr dccoratlonsralhcrtlian money.

'Wfislilngton. deputy m mayor of Seattle and a ' ■

weekly newsf wspaper, expressed a simUar vieu /iew. already auUwriied for m Tjass'transU — $1.9 One o

••We trust the admlnlslratloi

! of them, RIcliard-S, Page, who helped' he! special assistant to Sen,

Ion's symbolism noting Uiat

}n. Henry M. Jackson (D-7

at C arter’s energy m essage an and •billion — to pay-for preli Jim lnary work on-a ' - dream n u up tliobus message sigiicd by Carter,

.wilj now be backed'by substar

ter, lias Wasli.) for urban and en'

antive support.” comments or

cnvlronmenlaiairalrs. ^ ■

on transportation policy "did I tic not number of lUiw program s Ul tliat m ay be approved said Uii Uiat without new funds the Urban n NMass

Page has directed Seai BatUcMctrosinccl974.^

^ u n a -fU lu ^e^W tm ue

three-m onith

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. SAN DIEGO (U P i) - The T A m erican Tunaboat groi pvups and Uie tuna industry to The source of the problem is ' I

Skippers and m ales of U.S. Ass ssociallon said Monday that agn igrce on a common position that th schools of tuna, follow. I

tuna boats, renouncing an . neg Egotlations in Washington.. the> heycouldurgeonCongress. — . porpoises, po so Uie half-mile long . 1

.-In d u stry a g re e m e n t an- wee r e - c l o s e -e n o u g h -to - Even E' If an.agrw m cnt .is ., nets ne set Jorjtim a accidentally. ■

nounced earlier, voted not to agr grcemcnt Uial the fleet would .reac 'cached, he added, that would - entangle en and drown some of I

“’■^airW Rlncalayrcontlnattig-ii— soil riHoday." tn istlng-SenrAlan— r»l- jol—i^ ) i^ u c e - a - n e w - 4 a w — Ul»

three-month old work slippage Cra ranston,. D -Cal|f., would ovei ivemtght.” ■ ail airb'reathlngmammals. -7 . 'H

■■■ pnHCCtlnfTCgUiailonsj Byl / the tlm eilie boats reached serv lervatlonists said Uiey liad no Cc Con/?ress thal Uie oorDoiscs.- ___

Tlie ncci lias been docKcii___ liicl

>bjeclloiis totln.' flwil uiiilH fi- ^ p a rtic u la rly th e e a s te rn Tp

• sm ce- tcD . 12 (0 protest B

P A T R ia A FREEM AN I <

But Uie~men‘who nin'lhC'— "w ■we e wlsh•|t'would‘'-•^•bu^sti»— sp

: S E I K O ^

regulations fisherm en say boa lats voted to stay In port until wou vould not accept Uie latest tin Unction. ‘ ♦.

. . o u tsta n d in g sen io r

. make, fisliing Impossible. Witli . Cra ranslon has been “ not Just com om promlse proposal. W' hen_ t k e .^ C o m m e rc o -------almost

no fish efliighi hy 11 s - -'hpoi »kodr-but-hooked-and-laiP-------- " iin r ia ile d foTlncieas’Ing tlie Dc Departm cni banned Uie dcath _^

Uiis year, Uie_industrj!_.. ded' !d:;..-—.-com m uted - l o - a n — iimii Im it-on-acddental-porpolse— ^of o f' ahy eastern rplnners, I

- - “ T H I S M O T TH I E R S D A Y , G I V E H ^ER — - I

predicts (he price of canned agn :recment and obligated loget kills ills trom 59,000 to 78,000 a fis flsliermen turned around at 1 ir«)f f

-_fish will Increase about 40 per Con; )ngrcss[onal approval. year car for two years and lifted sea sei .and returned lo 'p o rt.

_ _ w a ' k ; h . s h e Lu L M V E I t H A V E - T C : : 7 ^

__ ccnt this glimmer— --------------------- In In—Washington,—Granston;----- the~ tie-ban-on~killlng"anyTate— ■fiaytng it Is Jmposalble under. ^

- A jn ectin g was tQ.^.be.hel d ^ 't o k'ln&tQ=medlaL&-thft.dIspuie^^r.:r^

l i

aatem spinner—porpeiscs,-^^=^^ -ffsh h ig n ro T K h tJo n s-to ^ l'w rtS ^ -l

^ tw e e n the 300 captains belv Iween the tuna Industry and — setU ettlngacelllngW 6,50paycar.— speci(5s’0r sp( porpoise'm rght be ‘ J

and m ates and Ihe' rest of Uie com

I. r p M b r e ” ^

nservoiionlsts, appealed to ' Inn

re tu rn , U ie-flsh erm en — around-and-they a n

wouJd-rlsk

C—flsbcrmon—to—eail—im------ agre g re M -to -h a v c -fe d c ra rrn :— 'im im prtsonm w t every lim e they

And she'll never

rcprc^ntatlves of the big med

irbolata’again I 7 I

cdlately. He is trying to gel a sp.V' VQ0UM -«75«.---------------^---------y

CommlUee. the bill Increases 2,W iOO servicemen when Uie Tl T ^ com m jltee left un- ------B __ a7 b s-= pnresentation

during Uie spccial

Yellow tep/tUlnlMi sImI 98.2n.«al(f 98.2 Ittltd.

' byaboulSl27m illIohPrcsldent . .cour untry wos a t w ar in Vietnam ~T“cKai Hanged "Carlcr’s re q w s f 'fo By PH IL PA STO RET “

wards

jj

,"assem bly Saturday-------

.... . —t»ek.«lltdUl.HARDL£X tUlnli ■lnl«i*«lt*l,blu*el . between-tgo-plnta.;------------------- -----

J a c k s p n

^ e x p e c t e i^

t o iT in “ — -

B O Isp (UPI) - R ^ i u n r y .

Jackson, R-Bolse, is expectcd

—to -begin-his_cflm palgn..for...l___

governor today by filing,

paper? with the se c re ts ^ of •

’ state ■ forming a “ cani^lgn

coimiiKiee and naming a

treqstl'rer.-:----------------------------------

------m w tv e r , JackMn, a foup--------term

legislator now serving as

chairm an of the house-Ap-

—propriatlons Commlltee.-ls not--------expected

lo m ake a formal

aniwuncement o r ^ d F d a c y

u n m ra te th la m rn ^ --------------------^

Id a h o 's S u n sh in e L a w .

requires papers to- be filed

before political candldhtes con

solicit contributions o r recent

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J J D i o - g r o u p - - .

t o m e e t a t

c i t y h a l l

TWIN FALLS - The I'-D6

R esearch .group will be

Tliucsday be^nnlng al 7:30

p.m:' Avlth open house and -

classc«starting'at 8:30 p.m;’

-t^Ttttj-pi^up fonheriy met at •

519 Main Ave. West, but the

bjiilding was damaged by fire

and had to be evacuated.

.’Tho'clty of Twin Falls >188_____

- allbwed the gimip to m e ^ In .,

•tlje clly council djam bers.

»Tlie group wllL1ncct-.thcr&.. ...

-rg aS g y u n U lan ew refle^irch •

ccntcr can be established. . :___

t i o h ^ f e i

rr. ......

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portraH

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f o r a 5 x 7 l or 4 w a lleJt_ t s.iz 6 s _ _ ...I:

o f t h e s a3i m e p o s e in1

c o lo r . J

ADDITIONAL 5x7s or SE SCTS of WALLETS In ori£ irig . P a c k — 1 . 9 5 e a . i

• CHOOBE FROM SEVERAL POSE >8E8 •A Q E U M rriaW sT oL b

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B O IS E ( U P I l A In Inresponse

lo Uie growing ■ i^ourt Co and a former member of I

nc newlyfohned oommlltee ^ to volume vol ol iltlgotlon and ap- - Uk llie Arliona Court of Apeals; ■

sti study .the appellalc branch of peals pes which is^ creating a lle He r ix r t^ w a b , chief Judge of ■

Idalto’s court system will hold • backlog bac of caw s awaiting - the tht Oregon Court of-Appeals,- • H

its first meeting Mondoy in decision dec before ihehigli courU an and. Jolm M ueller,,research

^ I s e , ■ the Slate Suprem e Speakers s al Uiti session'will alt iltom ey for the ..National . ■

Court announced today. be Duke , Cameron, chief CcnterforStateCourts. Cc

' J

Tlie study panel was form ea^ Justice Jiii ol ttie Arliona tflipreinc^.'":!!!

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• S p s c i a l M o tl ther's Pay Prices oi on Sharp MIcrowav lyeJSVeJWLZl—

( w lf h t h e F oimouS i Carousel)

• JSIatlonolBei ast Value Days -r- Frigldalre F| Appllahc ices

• S p a c l o l F a cScry ti Prices on CurtI rtls Mathes TV's

S t e r a o s . ___

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• i d o h o ^ L a rggest

Selection of Cl Chairs.

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. • T h o u s a n d s of 0 Ideal GIfts-for MMother—

at low MWethers--—-

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1, as well os gases produced from 'em combustion, '

■I - t V v '•'? Th*f« or*' m en' [sJor (he upper il^ng areas to ose d from Including plug*Tri unit inlts, unH f'thet wire In per*

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Y • Patonied procttit offon haal rail vifingnoad.

terqua railtlonca.

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.Junction and light (ixtura box . . . K v

• lo'omox dampt folIfllilaKIui' ^ aW an o u g h —ro < m n ^ h n n d l^ —

ineSotoflhabo*;

otmotl any l^ i- ;^ (lot moldMi . K f l

« A box to iuli avQf ratldantlal wlr brockal with ongtad itolli pro-

Switch and plug box with

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on?lo«r*N or lj"wfret"— Vsv? **

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B uren I

' * AI«nbTTh«CMc^TdeWN.r.l .Y.N«tftBrfM.lne. ' ^ ' . 1

Cteveland, OlUo,' for two yearBTPr

man a te u t 75 .coma to sea this lad ady friend'often, l.b eafd '

~ from ,tho'»ftlghbofs tKat'tHlB b lmsndailp

Is over 20 y e a r a '__

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"old. . • ■ ' .....

"M y girlfriend lives In another apartm t ent,' and v ia itin g . . 1

her I saw the sam e old guy visiting ig an older TToman, every -' . - I

. o f th e m onth. ' —

' I beard th a t this, w.oioan. now'll 'In 'h e r 80s, waa in ahdw: .. . ~ z M

tmsioiass m any years ^ and has 1 been fa m arried fiv9 tim es. .

• Tkziow w e have a lot to learn in il our nftw country about I

customs, habits, etc., b u t how-can I p arents complain if t h e i r - 7 - " M

riindreh'fl m orala are b ad if the UiPflniotJdttaaa-iKdLthi* ‘

" i g a '^ ^ ^ r r y to M r m y neig igfaborfo a d U to A bigan Vana

B srea. l » . L u k y D r . , ' van /arlely show-Uiis summer, maklni king Uicm Uie - But d c ^ l e Ui'el elr:agc, yolith,"ln'Uie Keanes- - pg o r ^ f l y ^ ; _ ‘tn rtfn g srh rl9 e 3arTom r^ -K eane - - - - “Thefe-are>na-

_____B flM riy _ H in i;z .C tlIL _ » B « u -PP

l« a* e_ en elo te_ a_ lone.____ y^u ^lin g est stars evec-to star In ajoetwi itworkshow,-ir------case , d oes notjftc< cessarily m canlnexpcrlcnce. wv asne^tlvebnoycarbld. ' C osselle.-Id ld ll It because It is music^lysound.-^.- -

aeU-add reised . stam ped (MQ enve

_____________ the ihe sum m er replacement scries ; succeeds, su Uic The latest addl jlUons to Uic Hollywood pro- ~T>espl{e Ificlr age, Ui'eboys singe* g'cxp'ftSfiively.— T re a lly sce no ccc o m ^ t l b n j o r o r from-Donny-^— r

- : ' ........................- -1 ---------- Irct [rcckle-faccd"Cdlff(iliiltms~may-jus -just-send-U ie------ pubescenLficLfltaa

blessed wllh Uie good fortune. They 1 can gravel out adance tune and andplcasantly_ .andM arie."

jlder and w iser Donny and M ario io Osmond G Into of having a fa aih w who undersiandfl ,tn e --harmonlte-a-love-6ongj.-Thcy-hnyc.t l

ifiLthQughtfunv ' - WHrther or not ot thtf summer televlsibn scries.

— -elS eariyreHrem«tt-at-ages4ftond-i7,— -------------------- workings of Uic < California music scene. The directcdJ-M c

mcLcompiKUlQiiOfiJ o their young ever sees Uic aufi jfu'mri adiM iUerUrc-KeancrbddTr'—

One distinction the Keanes already air hove senior Keane, a I Los Angeles i ^ r d producer counterparts. c

The words “ school loolyard" and the potential to b< become the fiexllicartUhrobs of

© S lJIl Inr bclihid Uicm .is a song .written 1 ..tc to President and recording slu ludlo owner, bas \ ^ k e d wiUi "homework’' "

surface now and Ujen n in o tu n e . , that tender set bei iKtwecn toddHcr and teenager,

C arter’s 9-ycarold daughter called, e d ,“ AmyShow Sam Cooke, Frahli ik Zappa, and B arry White. He ■^‘l.Uilnk people will react to what jatUi ieydo, nibt • “There hasn't r t been a ShirieyTeriiplo In Uils..

' ’ '■ ""* . ' - - -the Ujc World •You’r^ T h o re.'’-SO "'iar T n rru iS T rarrs .is now. exccutlyc re producer of this M n ^ f i ^ ^ . ncccssarily. i

w hat they choose' to 0 si sing.about,’! . business for 40 D ; years," said Cossette. ’Theyt*

■^Hoi Houm p r ^ '^ r e t a r y nBrTncntlff itloned nothlng : — album;---------- :—

-:w Id-:Pietre CossctUSLjyho^ prodi roducllon c o m -___ aren't two, cute lie kids who happen to be .

By LAWRENCE E .L LABfB,BlD. /

. Qbc about Amy recording an answeiingE ngsong. ' Listening lo thec

Keanra alng about broken love i;>pny-jmlri' fixed everything Ihe way 1 m \

wanted It but now I cry all Uic tim)c e and I don’t feel at borne. f M u s c l e3

p o w e r ' e y e d

- What causes a depression? Please Icll cll m e what 1 can do about it.

‘Iam 64yearsold.

— D etrR ttrfer,-------:------------------------

.. You are far ahead of most people with w sim ilar dlsorders..You ' £

Ittww wfaflt- vou hnvp-nnd hav 8procket*and-chalr .mechanism :whl w hldi operates' ' -makes uie user m upreprooucuvo.— .......

penon who has the dynamics to hi have one. I am not too sur- in < different geors, enabUng Uie user use to develop -“ F o r e i ^ p l e }, . enou0i’flour.for ab( loaves of ’

prised that you Identify thta event wll vllhyourdcpresslon. ^the

torque and R.P.M. to suit the Job

job c . bread can be mDl> lied In JusV» m lnutesm w here I t ^

Don’t be sM retive-about your p;noblem.. r

^ 'u r family to ‘^Exerehlng for-liealUi reasons ns has becQrn^ would taka severi ralh o u srw ith a h a n d c ra n k .!',

------^help you aiyijetthcm know you WM eed someprofessifmal h d p t o '

m b re ^ 'm o re .p c ^ iila r.^ Bodalo lc 8 8aid,“ and.wo__ Iv. .AIm .

1

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do your chores and .have boUi - '

r ^ e r o i ■om atpOsslble. Tbe BOO boneryougelcdm petenthelp'.. *®*

feel this i n a ^ e enables Use user SP U lo gain healUi

Oier w6HCbrfof.'rjS*aW‘g 7 'T ^ ~ r r i

b e i ^ t f ^ i i ^ flaavingprflcipuaenei inergy.1:___________ f i o d a l e S : ^

, Inc..‘i prtvate.conjpany, doe#'. '

■■ tha qtticlwr.youJrtl>.b>-back-to4" ^M t-n o tm aU alf-S o n w -ln------- ^

Rodale said, if ta lw 'a b o u t 10 30 m inutes of ■ not release.# fffi E a E b r a t e E t i n n r a r R o d a l e - -

divtduaUrmfey'feel 111 and th!nktbe> ey.have Mme sedous diseajMi ' ^

p o k in g to power a television setforSO t fo m inutes. .“ Id, I m ake money, we don't need a -

of the body wben in fact they have 1 < a d epreulon.The aches and .

“ So youcpcerclsci f o r U J i^ u ttta ann d d ^ t f o r i q .^. ■

philosophy ia to w o u f g r o f l t i - - .

------ paIni ’o f 'd i g ^ v « 'co rn p lalD ti"^ lay •ll'be-m anifesU tiona -i:; " b e im lle s,-' " '. t ' -

0 making M lle ru iie 'b T w lia t^

.'depression. A pliyalclan.bti.to.be » alert to Uils possibility to '_

...JtodalB P ress was founded in 194C 1940 by R obert's have.” •

-- ..-L provide proper tm tm e n L ,- .

r t t t t a m i w r l MUw .lato !. J r r i ^ o odaler-wiUj-Uw--------- d a

IlAOdJnUKlQj 1 Dowek ls one of-Ute Uilnga w e' ^

■ p u b Iia U o n b rO rg in le G « !d « ig ^ A'A

r id P ^ in g . . -h ave.’;

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f o g ^ e n es

r a v a n : s w e r

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I d a n c e

I p i d n n e

W r r - * TWIN F A U ^ - Tbe MMagic

I I iVellcy Memorial Hos|

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^ anitu9l~benefit~(llnner~di danc«~—

■ : .. .........h o y It at tbe Blue L

- . 1 “ • ^ l i ^ a i a r r •—r - —

- I T'DioevenlngwlUbeginw with a

'J, .^h o stco ck tallb o u ratT p

b i l l e d by'ajjrim e rib dll jlnner

" t : wllhdaniclnganerwards.

+ i e r s : h o

TWIN FALLS r - ' Motheh b e n of DTxIeiNlwbry who ITEIJ in « lfir~ a n (l^ L lttle fld d r* ^ ^ — ------- -

^ ■ :n -m ^ t5 ? W -o rM o g lC ChaptW ? te r.^ -:— Uiemother.- ^ - - ..,-------- — _ — Jnie'.w brthv matron’s'e m -

Order o f -pastern Star, r, j .and Kibthers aod their dau{^ Id le rs -bjem -^for th e . y e a r-ls - the

their daughters wci« hooo looored honored Monday night ht In- bluebird of happiness, her

^■ :.:.M o iid ay~D lg h t-d u rln g :thie e flrsl f eluded Emily Ballard an and Jo s c rip tu re 'is Psalm s

^ ■ vf. official m eeting of tbe-jiiar liar for Bradford. B a Bandy and,I 1,Betty Honor stations a re EIecta."the

'^D ow Wortliy M atron Dor Dortha Davis. Janice Beal tind d'L o fi .m o th er, and A dah, th e

:Sb6ribouse. . ^ . . Kaufman, Betty Gough (h a h d . daughter. MoUier Is “ A friend

^ M u ^ .;x S h e .h M ttedicated-het:^

Lirsen ls~n rainbow to vour vraria/*

^ ^ E ^ . h e a d of Ib e organlzatioi Ition to and Mary Elizabeth He Hodge'. Colon are rainbow hues aod

liitf jnotber. N aocy D. Roll floland. . E sther McCoy and June e ifall, q)ringtlme flowers.in rainbow

^ ^ ■ f* = lft3 r= S !w rth o i» e — j r € ^ - ^ - E d U h —M H Ie t^ a ttd “ -Palay=^sh‘ade»:—w P

a t c h w D r t r ^ e

H H ' VppfM iaUontballm emibersof bet ' . Ranalskl. Edna' Smith h and “ Lookonlhebrightside."

^ ■ - r . M tf^c C hapter J2 who o have h ' H elenlta E hrcsm an. , Lola ; . Pro;tems_Jor_the,_evenIng

tie lo n ^igtothe g to Sonius and L l» b Sonlus, ts.JU)ia w ere' Carolyn Pence, con:

- 7 ^ p l ^ . Also 'fim pred (d 'w' a s — ;V ozgu«rnDd'Carmen- Ki Kevan,'- d u c tre s6 ;-.-D lc i{ - P e n W ,

■ M arlba--W alsbn-and -jj'm j la c h a p l a i n , a n d ..'H a r le y

.. ..F o rm an . andiM aW yn::^ i::Webb''WUliariia, sentinel. ” :

H M o z e k dirn — y i 5 a f i H 5 — a

. . .

:

“!1?roceedsfitimtheevent nt w llf _

go t o w a ^ _ b u y l n g jn j i e w . Bafld i a a r o ^ K M M

=^ T i^ ip ^ tr< tH r:^ _ e z h g sp soltal:------

Iiie auxlliory's"projects B ■this'

I h HAZELTON—Thf^aK aieiton> ^ . A •

. -------- year are purchases of-a- a-cell-----m

— EITmC T ti^rB Q w orw U ri

H|_:^_____:__w n^lng macblne'_and ..

H " its F lt« Annual 'Spring I T — S p e ^

■ n flfectlonal,,- signs for 'th e

. Tuesday.

■ I ' bd^pitol driveways.-

Robert' Wilson, music

H ' ]_____ ;___ Tlckclswillbe$25pcrcoi louple '

A l | W i

" : stnictor,- reports that the <

igs* ( / p i M

or- $12.50 per person and

H B I long activity wUI consist <

' because of limited scat atliig,

music c o n i ^ , picnic lu , ■ W Igle a t s . 0 j \ ^ M

rw rv atlo n s should be m made

! - - eariy by calling Dorothy Mllar M

■TICKET safes' for M -fhe M ogfc Vol/ay A le -...

and field day acUvlUes.

The music concert lhal hat will & C a s e d

. aV'733-24C7; Ula CuUcr at 1 733*. ■

. m o rla l H o sp lla l./ A iixltla ry dinnor d o n ee

o d e s

be held from 10:30 a.m n. . until t

, 1610, or filllye Brown at ‘ I 733-. .........

- ; M q y _ n of fh e '^ u * e lo lces C o vntry.Q vb a ro .......... — _'

•— ■-n:45 a.m rw ill bc-madc u

— ............

. 9577.

stu d ie d b y .D o n lh Y y M ilar. dfnnnr ehalrm an.

selecUona played by the :

D in ml

e r p l a n n e d

le ft; B lltye Brown, . toirx(//ory

p n s ld e n t; and

d

and.sixth g rade bands and

— - - • .-Ula-Cutlar. ftnanc* M .chofrm 'on, a t th e hos- ' • cad et -band composed

' n i l

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----------- cadet5------- S -------------------------------7 ~

~ Heirloom-worthy! Sc

----------— tx a u ttlu l-ta b lo ^ th -a -k S d l 5 _ ■ GOLF AND

D ‘V 1, cloUi.

! 'A ltem ale'em broidered

plnln 9 V uqunres fo

• fascinating effect. S rt r a h il

' V/i" borders' o f . bedsp spread

TENNIS SOCKS

S e v e ro l c o lo rs to

c h o o s e fro m ,

R e g u la r to

^

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cotton and Join squares to olonti

clotti. Pattern 7075: 18 m motifs,

directions. , •" _

$ 1 .6 5 p a ir,

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0

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1 .SI.OO lor ecKh potlam.

^ 35' Mch potlcm for

■ ■' .1 clot* moll ond hondl idling.

. . — ^ : .1 loiAllM3rooli»N«< lo«llo.-----------

- crolt 0«pl. 133. TimM-N ■***^- MSSm J S S m

■ , 8o> 163. Old ChalMO3

Sto..

______I i Now Yorh. NY 10011. . Print _ !W

. . ! • “ RorSSnOdfoit Zip, Po >otlam W b W a ^ M E g j U

; •••: -NumboT. MORE Ihan wo •'•r b«-

‘i • . lorol 300dMloniplu« 3 3 iroo

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t e a m

— . ..01&3Alv.n — A u ie in a j H

vrtll travel lo tl» ’

=r===firtU iii:=j>iM ^«r-4=ftpreaeiK ^

UUve of tbe Uolted States .

w h ile p e rfo rm in g w Kh I

.......- Brigham Young Unlv55!ly’s I

Ballroom D ancers.'' I

— ‘ Vtitl Stlmpebn will compete ‘ |

to the BrltUh'Open Cham- ’ '

• plonshlpa May 17 and-18 In -

---------Blackpool. Bng!and.-Sbe l8-a—

197S grathuto of Sboehone I

. High Scboo],-wtiere she was ail i

" ~MsTSUmp8on is a ve(etw . '1

. of Dearly tw y e a rs wrtlb the • |

— ^— dancing, tnwpe, and this will -I

...L. be herflrrt overseas lour. Sbe _ I

is tbe daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

JohnStlnipsonofDletrich.

^ “Only two team s from the I

‘United States are'enlerixl." “

. Bald Emerson Lyman, director. I

of the group. “It’s quite an. . I

honor’because It Is a world ^ I

competilion." - _ _ . _ i I

V ■ Team s w U r compete In I

m o< lem -and Latin dance - I

. categories. Lyman Is hopeful I

-------- that- B W e - te a m - ^ lt- n taLi! -* l

welHntwth.- . j

"We have a good chance of - I

- " - - wlimlng the Latin competition -

■rati^ near the top in the • I

^ _m odem dance Jud^ng," he I

— ^Tbe-41*member-leam-will— I

leave May 9 and return May_ ]

■■'“ '- ^ .D n r in g - tb e te a r tbe-groi9 = ^

---------w llU also-pertorm -ln a' 9ft-. !. :

minute showcase for. Queen .

E liz a b e th ’s J ^ u b lle e ._ a__

____g Jeb ratlori that will mark the '

.^^■■-.Queea’a ^ a s m ^ j r - o n -th e— =

throne. '

T-rerr.^.Also. 8chedtile5i--are_per-.r;rT

formaoces'ln LondonrBrlkol;------1

U y erp o o i^ ^ ^ d -F ^ w u tr^ ^ m a-;^

•Edinburgh. Scotland. I

' I n te rn a tio n a l s ty le of

ballroom • dance is characterized

by the precision, case

of movement and dcgant poise

of (tie d a h c m . 'The~ four .....

"sta h a a rt rh y tb m s'lh Ihclr

rqw rtoire are waltr, foxtrot,.

...— tango aod qulckalcpr

■nie the BYU Ballroom

Dance Team returns with lop" ~

-------- tanat*^iLjwon:t_ba_tbo_flr8t____

Ume. In 1971, t h ^ the

- first. U.S. team (o win the ,

. B r l ( ^ ' Formatlott Ballroom^—

Championship, and Ui 1975

theyplaccdthirdiniheevent.

N e w S h iit!

— -^Printed-Pattern

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1 8-20

' Y(W shlrt-tail’s showing -

and (hat’s a detaU OS dellghUul

-'--:as'the-«urprlfle-back-pookot.—

-At:—-: " ,;--:"::r^A lw h iape o tU flh U ciiap ficH n -a n :^ -

- Sew this classic casual to wear

---------alone or popped pvct panta.— ;—

P rin te d P a tte rn 9072:

Misses' su e s 8. 10. U. 14. 16.

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. un-clingy. un-see-«hrough, un- '

m ussoble » T a tte tte ; . lace irlrrj*"—

' m ed slip and p ettisk irt to p p ed

1 8 , Site 12 (bust 31) takes

2%yda.45-lnch. •

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[*; • ' ■' r-t'^ TlmefrNews. Twfn Fal «»8,Wotio ' 'Ttiufsday. May.S, 1977 77 ■■ •

r i p g g i

J . n - ~ Edltoc's note: Itieldih ibo CoomUnfcia da'W omenVProenu m u a s ” :' Iaw sgoycm thcw agcs.'b 3. hours, andagcof av^orkiii^hH d.-- ---------- . i^.'nie.refusal-tohlre'iuj a n io d lv id u o l .b c c a u » o f ^ n ^ r l » 1^ ^ on financially wfacn. Uirou8 ugli no fault of :wur o«m. you become

i . - hafprepired a booklet u•nw

eriag_8om of Ibe nuu^r quefUd itlOM

« assumpUORs bf 1 ^ coi c o m p arativ e,e m p lo y m en t c lw ra ctecristics ris unemployed!'

H‘ - . j w B » te a > b 6 h m tfiQ oat t tb d r rigbtk ^ b e o ^ i t e TInwe* ba W bst is tbe w wsag eaD d to trtiC T d ^ ttap p ljr^ . ' .^of m en and w onira In In general, (su c h n s Uie assum ption on Uiat I 'U p o n tem lR allo n o rai p job ydu ^lould Tmmedlorcly.contact the

tte rD u to fth iiJM fltte tfa n c riM fa n

llnAmplnymiwt rnciimnr

• tfaBt

S10'J2»>1«P l» u r bj>'JohtiiuyTrl037r

nor-be'einpIpye

- ' ' ' n p i d e d M « i u b f ( i ^ie

for le^'i(K 1 c«'iD a~ d io tfd be r oied' n increases to S2.:w per ■ liour lio by Jiily.l. 1B77. Ttils makes Idal alio's , Jbem from crim ehaia: z a rd s ). ' . , . . deretandyourresponslbii bilities In Uils pro^aiA . Tbc D e ^ t n k t

ir oftooM of (be iilgDlfldibt t a k ni l ] X^

' minimum -wage laws s coincide c wiUi Uie federal F air Lt jib o r Z Ti»e refusal to hire r e M indiviauol lu s e d on stereoty Mtyped ’ : of Enfiployrocnt cautions ns you not to listen to nor follow Uie ad-

- S ta n d a i^ Act. Persons »ns em p lo y ^ by lin n s engaged in In in- choraclertzaUonsofUi ! tb e se x e s ( s u ^ s t e ^ y p e s , fo r exam :ample, . vice, gossip, or hearsay y of 1 rclM ivc^ friends or neighbors, This

^fth in'u M rie* J ‘ ; __ ___!L I ____ ___terstate commerce mmust l be paid tiie m inimum wage set by lyUie' 08 Uie belief Uustmen^ m a r e le ss c a p a b le d f a ssem b lin g intric itricate, Law Is for you, as an'Inti ndlvlduairand'is admlnlrtered on an in;

i. ’ • ;••••'■ : '• ’ RH S !« P W » iE O T _ _ ._ ^____ _ ■. U.S. Government whicli |cli:ls_cjJ^niIy_^,3PjH }Cj»

.w m C T L t|w ;w o J n c n /iw J ^ 5 a p a b)I_e.than;.___J ie t f li'ld u a r ^ js . . . ..........

V' 7J(t«hata06m ^Iw ort?

. LaborSU ndardsA ctalso also rcquirra payment of (|m c and one>] ^•bo'lf , ' .• m c n o fa ^ g rc ^ v e sak a l^ d h s h l p _ o r U m t w om en a r e le ss sllkely III To be.ellgible'for tax o)em i^yrnent benefits you must have

L '^'~'.Y ou m oy work «l iiny V 'occuptitlon

wlien you a rc 18. No o cne oi ■’ forollfiouriw orkedover )ver 4frhoure per week for Uiose emplc ioyds. ' thim m enloconsentto to ’ira n s fc rs to 'o i)ier c itie s o r sta te s). ' worked in.em pioym wt Dt Uiat Is covered by Uw Idaho Em-

' f .,; u nder ic ^ in ll be empioyoi 'ed more l|ifin &i hours o week nor mo more covered by llie Act. Cont Contact Uic.Wago and Hour'DivisloiTof )f tlic------- 3 .‘tlio T efu sal'to ^Irc I r c j j i n 'i n d i v i d u a l ,- ^ a u s e o f ; com impany p - ployjnent''Security'trfiw w and-you must have earned a t lea^

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L '»-undcr » sl mll be om ployoi od durlnfltticliours In wlilcliihe publ lubllc ' of Labor ahd Industrial ial Services. 317 Main Stroct.:Room 1 400. ■ ^. .The fact that Uie em B m ployer’m a y h a v e lo p ro v id e s?pai pparale - other e llg lb ilily 'r^ lrecmenls n based-bn tola) earnings of whldi

~ 1 , '■ scliools a r c ln scsslb n rchinyFen n over 12 m aybe employcMrin

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stonr. -W egraph ------working pari'tim eal-iobs obs not oxceodlng4 hours p«r day wllh-: h « n y -------- -Any-eom ploints-of-d -d isc rim in atio n r e la tln g - tb - s e x - ln In-om*-;— - order-ldsave time,,effort irt..inonoyrand portiaps embarrassment,

•' ’ ’•ieJcphoneoftlce/Jnundry.'i I, rvslnuraiif. Iiolel. aponm cnlliousei ise or one employer,

ployment should be nsfei fe rrc d to th e Id a b o C om m ission on Human Hui It would be to'your bene nefii lb contact the Department of Em-

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--------- -— RightsrSUilcbouse.-Boii w s e r ld a h o 83720.-plione W - i m . , If- if.you--'-.- ployment and >u>vo-a-D( Departm ent-Reprcsenlallve-assign^ to

; i ' A p a rcn l.w h o lsso le p rooporetor j: or a partner of a business ;f]]Qy mt D6c8 tbe law pioblblt eMcdlscrlmlMUoolnem^ogrmeBt? u I

■ write. Include your lelqjl q ib o n e n u m b e r.

. adm lhlsteryourclalm .

jaxercisc porctitai riyij_t by worklnR I’lio cliild" a s the pnrei arent VES.' Slate ond Federi leral laws prtihlblt discrimination on n U>e Employers may. not It 1r

e f l a t e a g a l u t ; em p lo y es who 0 fll file Q ^ CoQUQeots

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Iirc’ CTiJldProUJCllon'Ai rA ct------- bails of-scicin h irin g .-^ profnotlonidischargc.'pay^classlfical aUon--------compialnt-br-olhcnviso s o -a tU m p t'tO ;6 M u re le g a l l y - ^ r sraiitecd— i i l ^— .Likc-meh.-w(imehsboi lould givc.primai7 consldcraUons to^Uic

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money-making potential al of their Jobs and not Ignore Uie long*

I ;^'.jror Is lliero an age"limit. VWlieri

Ihc Buslncis fs Incorporalcd. I (lie (1 Forexample.'the.follov llowing arc considered to be violation: n sof WbattauDenHaoymeBt.b t.iq g tfu icsr

term career Implication! ins. If women arc.employed'they s l ^ d

) ‘ '^'parental riglil Is no longer ;r recognized, and (lie federal and stale stal Uiestalutes:

Unemplbymwt Insure tnince^ls a n In su ra n c e p r o ^ a m to aidyou aid bcencouragrf'topartlch cipate fully,, from Uie beginning. In th^lr

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last session of the spring : The 1 YM-YWCA wUl start * ; j

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-Mother’s Day. stDl their busiesl cst holiday of the-year.'A ' FaUsYM-YWCA. X ............ foi for w om en Tuesday . arid-.r.

big," she said, “Just Rowe owers. candy and a typical

qw kesm an for Florists' TrranswoHd n D dlvei^, o ' The YMrYWCA reports that Th r h u rs ^ y momio’^ 'l n wtiicb." '. 9

' ossorthsent of fashion acci Bceessorles/ Alsb, poreplaln , .

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. RogeraonRoundupRoom. I. president: Minerva Lorain,

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Ttma»f(fl«twTUer • wQuld'not be.glven.lhis ]ob. lob.-I . outdoorllghUng.

SmiUi gave U»e emblei lem secretary, and Gela .MUler,

" — — -BOISE— Enforcement ot of-a — doii't think.our. com pahyJi irJias -:,:.C oyreli:;teetlfled_U jat_

l ^ t t j _ c erem o n y ; .J a n HolH< Uda'y treasurer. ‘ '

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P ^ ' 'provided music b y -sln nging ( E id se Deuel, Gela Miller

1 - ■ ’ rationing plBn. wouid be d lt___ ln.thlajnaller>Jl would bolh oUief___lo -c u t-b B c k on-«lectri( ctricity'—

M v e ra l 'so n g s, w hile I a c - “ and"'A da Powell w e re 'fifr

. < , ' ricult, If not Impossible, ac* a m e to d o lt."

■ consumpUon. H e'said Idaho Id

- cbmpahylHg^herself 'on r i l i e pointed as delegates, lo Uie

r cording to officials from tv two C oyi^l aald lh e “ Loglstlci itlcs" Pow er h as already put to w woric

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: state convention be held^ In

: t ' . prfvate utilities Jestlfy i^Ing- ii of curtailing retail shoppli pplng the first.four.voluntaiy sta stages , .

Blanche Wldener, outgc igolng T w ln F allsJu n e9 an d l2 ."'''

before the' Iflaho . Publ bllc “ w6 i j l d " 6'e' ra th e r ove I)ve^ of its curtailment plan an by ■

- president, assisted by Bevi jverly * ; u.t,,. , ,

Ulimiea Commission.

whelming" and costly.

cutUng back its own use of

The proposed regional pla Ion. He was also skeptical abo about electricity, cutting off t ‘ ‘‘in* '

. w*lch has been d ev elo p s 1 1 by a proposal to slap a heai leaVy ' lem iptible ctistoiriere" whc who by

th o r t o s p e a k

~ i " ' represenUUves ot four nnc o ^ '— surdiarge—on-electric-b -bills l) -c o n tra c t'a re -n o t-g u a raanteed----- n t

_____thwestem_.govemorB._JWU Mild^— when, a custom er’s - pow lower.— electriclty -a n d -b y requcst

- r . - require the public to disco con* coniumpilon rises above' j?e’'a~ '> oluntary'curtflU iiiE nt-by' b r th S —

.i-rr^ n h lie -e e v e ra in is e s A if^ p o w iwer”—*Bpecifled percentage of fonw rmer-— 0 ovenunent andlhepubllc.:

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before any blackouts we vere . use.

The. next Stages, be I si said. ..................-I

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This proposal he.said, , "Is " would be lo ask all of Idj Idaho

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L_j________ In-It8-first-4tage,-the-pli plan— not-feasible-bocauso-of-U r-Uie— Powerts-^as-major-industi ustrial— ^---------------- =- ' *.......

auUTor and researcher. T. on Jerom e • Eden, wbp

BuilD eM aadProta terioaalW anep’a annual May —

calls for m axim um ai and addltlonol operating personn Diinel customers, whq use more U

. . "unidentified flying objet jects" written a number of booka and

minimum thurlng ” cross-exdmlno'tlo :Ion that “ a surcharge on the toUil toU . people to use more electricit

by IPUC staff and con )m* u s e w o u ld a c c o m p tis lls h H ' none: of 'Uiese sk

mifflioncrs, Idalio Power Co.' o.'s essentially the sam 6 thing.' ng.” worked, he said, tho compo

m anager of .rates and coj «n* Raising all cleclricity prices ices, would cut off power induslr = ' 2 d a l y s o n l y

. tracts, Wes Coryell, said he h he maintained, would give giv< ' whic had not met the requesl ucsted

• * hed there Is a way lo fore everybody an incentive to sav< save • cutback. However, he said, lid, an- . — ■

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------- ^-Bumptlon-of electricity Jaefor ore . ..Gregory.. Prekeges, system ems _ . _ h ^ ^ _ a s s o o n a s l t a g•ecdto" r ^ ^

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I r . ‘ But he was critical of an iny Washington W ater Power Co, Co.; As a final step, Coyrcll 1 sa said.

i ■ proposal to have utilities er cn* S pokane, also expressei is e d . the company would Initli nitlate

; •; r- forcc-ellm lnatton-ot- sprcifl in d = * H ib t5 = ^ b o u t= 5 o m e= ^ f= ^ ^ p o w e r b l a c k o u t s bycuttlngusesofpower.

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rationing provisions of thi the eleclrld ty for electric lines: ics for

j : ‘i l ’snotpractlcoltom onlto Hor ■ proposed regional plan. two to six hours oh a rotati itatina

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threatened to m arry . ht her

capital of Soviet Turkmenia, ia, a beenshedosqulckly.

once-backward desert reglo iglon

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' ■ dhood sw eethearts wl who th e a u th o r itie s . An ii fn*’’ -‘women were treated d : lUcc - ---------------- ^

; ucclded^lo wed after Ov< ivez v c s tig a tio n .an d a ' t:rla r li l . catUe to tw sold," The Sov Soviet

. . returned from Ihe army. WiI h llc.. followed, and.M aral's mothc )ther govem m ent has emanipj lipated. ^

J ; his parents approved the U was sent lo Jail for three yean j a r s .. Uiem from Ujo visible shad lackles "

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- 4 ^ -:— by-ttic-ancienrTO H gim oir F ofl— dowry; nearly 5l l ,000 wortl orth. • w m e n were forbidden 1 lo sit I

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bridegroom. They managed d lo ^drovethenewlywcdsapart. I. _ Irled w ere oven kUle H ied," I

' borrow 8,000“ rubles' fro rom'"" .............' .... ■ recalled —Yaidzhamal A Akh* - - - — fl.... | - -

1 friends and " relatives "a! a n d ....... In reporting the ease • l) the -m edova.-deputychairm lanof ani a “ -Q jiJ B

t sweetened this with X feet it of Soviet press wondered he how . thriving collecUye. farm, m , as

carpet runners. 14 wool) Dicn oUierwIse upriglil citlzer IzenSv she sipped green tea wiUm Jim alc 1

j , scarv es' and 10 expensi' sivc including commuiiisl par party visitors. "Now wc arc equal ec

il garm ents. M aral's moth ther members, could have con* co from the sky to Uic earth." 1"

_j_______accepted It all, but only as IB a doned such a “ disgusting Ig of* t '• The party leadership hip of

.down payment. When Jl (he fair." The ahS w F Is rooted :M lii Turkiherira'has colled'for' for Ui'e ■

^ bridegroom’s family refus Uie'dusty past of Turkmcni icnia.— eradicalion-of-Uie dowry-,

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of colors begins to appear over .' . P sy c b o lo g lc ^ . It gives them

I p ^ around to And a S ta b le . tbe t l a ; ^ and most ac- •reassurance.”


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. fpt^|psly}IshnM )odrlngs. by t applying''slight pressure ^ an injection'often is not one'"

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A .coi^le o fc B o lc c^ ^kl s ' from .the IflTest — whIc Ich m ade some good records, bi but -same label,_____ £ lr _

crop of releases: . ’ • rolled straiglit si down th e road to utter obr«'' ol If you like your rock last tasty, rhclodlc, unmorelikc'FI

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musiclan-pr producers they have, imposed - ? ,

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” — Tills S 'thT album T■nral lu m ay fJifillx^gct carrvovi ver Ne'fl-Young ianff and a handful il of i ' obvious disco innuences, , give gi "I Cam e To •. - Which is Is a sliamc. bccause w h ere-E ^n^ -'

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~: • "player on ‘‘AXter The’ s’ O0 o ld 'R u ^ * ’_whlch_< ' s^loarU Ust I s ^ o r e o M ^ w here Lofgw } r e n i;_ you'll.!lke..lhls_ot)e..And-f( d .fo r.a .v e ry good .--which.BucJc cJcingliam-Nicks'stayed but of. th e -r-r

y even now rem ains' NcU ell Young's blesl solb , has mained. Plenty of potential, enoug lUglv ■ reason. , ,

. music.and'j d stuck to Uie more technical side,

■ .album :‘Plenty of ciill ^ lic s took notcvof - . record ^ o ticket s ale^to stay-comfortabl ibly W alter Egan's first solo ilo aibum i Is a I ^ ^ ' -ofproducliq lionr. It’s a fine eariy eos^tyle teen

.Lofgreh’s tflcely low-key ey approach t —the kid afloot.' t but nowhere near the kirid'of sU sta r ’ sonal projcct.of Fleetwood' ood's-lmprcssivcly Deap -Torri rrcnce (Jan and Dcahl singing -

. .obvlouslyhad lalcnl; well ivell-formcd technique status so 30 niany peoplecxpccted.'

talented Lindsay Bucklngli ngliam and Stevie ■ background nd. ' = ^ - -

' and (a rarity) good taste. }te. - So "1I

Camc To Dance" is an iniportai tant NIcks, wlio produced It; co contributed; some . " ' Don’t let) •t all tJils slop you from buying theV.-:

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.than capable guitarist, 3t, a i passable singer produce ed, it is strikingly sim ilar in mood id to I ' 'Hiey did a' find job, too ~ — i if it had been a' •• parentonly ily from the critic's viewpoint and-

(good enough for rock : ‘n* ‘n'ro ll) and a p re tty ' * th/soloi a studio album P eter Fram pion mnc inde _ Fleetwood.M ac album ._ln.

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rlLorgo Metal Doors, 1 Utility Cai

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. •rCabinol Tops. 1 Steam Auloc

------------«-(9rTWll>,—1-Wat«r-£).sllllallon-

K- ralus. 1 UiilitySlnk. \ Lot W

llo l# .-1 ------10 It, Clevpl

'■ '•;6traiom odau. 1 Mark IV C

. . • . - Fogo«r, 2 . 300 Aerolog Generat

, 1 Lot Wood Dooro, I J CosI

.... -—Louog« Chair, .1 Coming W

. , - Dlstillaiion/kCparatus. 3 Pori

. Su«Qtc*l-LiohH.-1 Ijboralory

cubetor. .1 Electric Moal Slice

Mam^-Typowritori i Romini

;_________ " T y ^ M ie r f^ ^ l^ ly n ip ^ ^ T ^

■ 'o< ^)!^ iraP ^iS 082102ia7';'"

-D eSoia-^O oor.SerialH T U St

. I .. ...iB56-Fofd, 2- O o« - Calllorn

-. >*iLlconso (60X180 . No ldontlll«

1 ' I: c5atcdmij,i9iQdayorAprll.-V97

•: MEHLt:. LEONARD

,, L-Ctnitiiiuii. . ■ .

' : - Boaid ol County Commlssionors

Twin '

ATTEST:,'- • ...............

• GARVWHITWELL

; , ■{'i;','.- PulLI^H;,Aprll21,28May5,i97I

^ ^ • .V '

1 Fails. W aho''"’' T hur*day;'ftay 5/1073

ICE. ~ - Le g a l NOTic

Twin Falls.. .Coatoi. 602 2nd AV0,’ Wi

heal bidder Falla. U: Will sell to tlx

580632 and bidder ono Ifleycocvair 118

B3W. BMS------ wIirtM-rocolvod-untll Me'

Publish; Aor)l2l!4 May S,1

5.1977. • -

'1! pump, sprinkle? ayslcm wii

.fio fi{}M lo N|W |EW , Soc. ” •1 >1

'.......... .......- -u se d Irorti'-Marcti IS to Nor,

WM tSJih urTwp.' fls:TiQo:i6E;:B,M:

“ohlohost. .i*; iMuod; ,'h'a, Po^ll '

s s A j s

Sa^illsor Pomll muM Iw Illod wllh tn.

f c r i , S ! . B . ' . i ? o ”,5

' Falla. Idaho. 63301 on or

• 5M6/77. ■

_______ ......... . -OlflECTOR-........ - -. -

TON ___ Publlsh:Aprll28and May_5,1":

Ray IN THE DISTRICT COURT^

10 tu s on F'PTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT C

oT walor MAGISTRATE OiVISIOr

^wI^-fX - “ a ,0 N 0 .1 4 6 4 ° * '

23. Twp. Iho^^^oraign^d Iws^^^^t

will bo t>>o above-named osiato. A

or riohis. sons having claims agalnsl 1^

Ina ol Iho docoasod are roguirod to pi

tho Idaho l^olr claims wllhin lour monlh

Dsourcos. tho dato ol tho lirsi pubilcal

)rih. Twin Ihis notice or said claims v

If ■oflioio ' tuio»unarico,"ciaim 5Tnusr

^ prosonlod to Ihe Po

1977 Bo« 525. Twin Falls, Idaho. 83;

j z z :__ : . Illod wilh Iho Court,

' DATEOThlslSlhdayofAptii

/a/GLENNALLEVANOER

day ol PUBLISH; April 21.28.1977 am

'Of 10:30— CT977------- ------------- .'

I" Ifio ■ .- — ^

tcp Tillo NOnceOFTRUSTEE‘8S3v

I m i.^ T ■ '

wraiion. Company ol Idaho, lo c a io ^

PANl/, an Idaho Corporallon

^ ___ »ollal public auclic

In Mila,— tno nighost- bidder, for easl

iDcd.as .. .iaw(uMi»oney o(-tho United St

EAST .

0 22. PARCEL I: Lol 9 o( SANDE I

no imp. roeordodin Volume 6 ol Plats, 1

, s"f

« K S o T r s a s s i

LETON natlsly Iho obilgallon aocurofl

' w r . ar>d pursuant to ttio powor of

M J “>y conferred In iho deed ol 1

S“i'i s s f f e r . s s i i ? «

.»I., u portion, *8 benenciary, roco

M lo is . , j . IB T I.-aa-lnstnW iI

S 2W o> of the

rator*, . l o r s ^ n ot County Reads, 390(

jshion and3200er

Walor Tho mtendod use is lo eslablis

irlablo aubdivlslon.

,ry .^ , . NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN IR;

cor. 1 Public -Hearing will be hold boli

iSgton Commission-aflho"h(?u‘f

^tuniini- 8:00 p.m, on tho «Ui_jJay ol M

loctiic^__ In^iho Twin Falls J'udii

'. 1M7 |' 'Saidrequest, •

i30079,1. Any and all. persons Inloros

irnla - • n«Y appear at said hoaring s

ication' ~h'olin

rlbod ^ they aro entitled lo bo ropri

^r f ..n loQol counsel. If Iho

tinanctaliy unable to roUlf

f l s f w s a s s

lls, pago ofcounsoL

PAULT.SMITH

StJB- , . . Maglstralo

>'iJa*t»0.-T7-.=Ooto!4/?S/77--------------------

ls ,° w j *• ’

inaimo " -NOTICE OF

Im s ' to TRUSTEE-8SAl£

I?2rt lls Wednesday, the TOth

a?^ui2 tho hour 1

3l tmM o »•>"• o ' “ Id OOYxIn Ih

L7to-the-h

Idaho bTrfJor, lor cashTTn lawful moi

Iho United Slalos, all payable

th day ol c o rd in g to th e p la n s <

It of tO-00 »poelficatioos on file and ope

Ithe olllce ^spoction at Iho oflico ol th«

Its Counlv Clerk. 32t Second Avenue

l»h^T i"lo’ Twin Falls, Idaho,

♦ .^ n lra c t bqeuFrMinU.wilti.i

fioMghost 'atKTTpocifiulIons.aroavailae

money ol ' Ihe ottico ol lhu Cily Enginelii

ibloalthe Second Avonuo Easl, Titin I

doMrlbod Idaho, A deposit ol $10.00 wi

noCvuiily Ji\4UlreJ. Any 'Ooi.umont“ tic

f 0, 10-MI; upon reluming such specs »

»-l6 Emi— ihirtyrtO)-Cays ot bid opening's

J i a '" " I"

eet-pl-the--------A ll-tridderr-^tialt-tw- n irr

.................iiconsod-as-quaiiliod puOIIC w

It 25 loot conlractoro under ihe laws ol

State of Idaho and shall con

0 without with Iho Slate ot Idaho Departi

rding title, of U bor Sehodulo-ol mlnli

ances to . wages; •

c u f ^ .b y — -^l-biddera-w ill-bo require

»i of salo furnish bid security in tno ton

and Wilo, . a iy ol-TwIn Falts In tho amoui

ust Com- • tlvo porcont (5%) of tho total om

w blilnnd ollhePld. . . •

Nab and The successful bidder will

nd Wilo; required to lurnlsh a ono hun

'S, under porcont (lOOfc) performanco t

>. GS8434, , and a ono hundred porcont {!(

:y, Idaho, labor and malerlals bond for tal

., , ‘ 0 °!.* ' Kli

uko the Thorlghtlsrosorvodbythoa

■?3. duo _ reject any and all proposals an

..balji/lS0__I>0.«tD0n0JhQJward bl iho Coni

1 S " • P*'‘o^ "o* to ««oed thirty

I Dood ol days, and lo accept tho prop

interest.----- thai ia.vln the-opinlon ol tho-

', . £ 0'«>clK in tho bosi Inlorost of

il March, CiWolTwinFalls.

Bids must bo submitted bn

ANY - of^Twhrf

-------EfliHllPD08.Cefllglnl>>r? hMfi miiii

ULLEfl marked and M d r e ^

. follows; .

.^ ^ D FOR , 1B77-. STREET C

- ' "

I May 5. City of Twin Falls. Idaho

. PUhLlSH:AofH26rMav5&12.19

ICE L .- : - ...LEQ A LfJO tl

K -9 E THE DISTRICT COUR

SION ; InthoMaltorDlthoAppiic

OF THE KIPANNECHARLTONEi

RUOE M... .ForChanoolnNamo____

MOSELEY, ^ Caa«N0.2B238

hOnCEOFHEARt

OF IN* Portland, Oregon, now r

TMEHT OF 437 Jackson. Twin Fal

ATtVE proposing a change In nar

ilVEN lhat ■ wll has ^ e n -fiTod In 1

S ^ ^ e u l- ^ — -^ M o n tto s^

P e r s o n a l also that ol hor ex-liusbai

10 above longer rellects hor frdo'

1 la on filo Ms. Elchhorn's present a!

s a r ^ t w ^ ioiSn*’lo-on^o*?eni'^

I Iho atovo comforlablo to hor. Sucl

Twin Falls— , will-bo hoard at such tin

TwinPalis, ~court-mayTjppplni,-Bnd«

. I. m aybolllodbyanyporaor

^ L1977. in ouch objocllons. aho

Y.JR. Court a good toasort-agair

L . changoolname.

t; ^ , WITNESS My hand an

5 and -12,. u id Oistrlci Court this 12

• - April. 1977. •

T OF THE f v M g f f i * - - c ler k.

; T a^ d -■-■j|B asH rA p,iri4;ii:28i,

QF-TWIN— ---------------

‘IN THE OtSTRICT COURT

,^ O C H . . TWIN FALLS COUNTY

, DOROTHY D.SUMNEY, I

0 SENDS

ABOVE. CivilN6.2»18e

T H E l S S ' - o n ’S !

jS A“ K teiS m aM 'n

? J J 1 'S m2 '^0*' hereby nollfle

Twin FaW Comotalnt has boon liloc

ilntill and you in Iho Districl Court ol

to lilo a Judicial District ol iho

iiodr“iho

it against brought to obtain .a ludgn

X i n s i

n,»,t nl ■ “ P'*!'"'” Uf*0 ooronoanr

isx'^r—('r„'S rtU T ".°r

roforonco fa horoby mado;

aro further nollliod lhat unl

VI app^f^r ffnrt gg

■ 7 ^rpiaim“ wjtnin'Mho~timo'

• said .Complalnl, Provldo

n ^ o n ^n v w ifw E L i. '

i r r d ” ° j g fy"c'ig;k^ -

obor -28, , -igT?, •"rM arS rll

Section ________ _______________

oro a IN th e district COURT i

ios and-----FIFTHnJUOiaAtTDISTHICn

ho most ■ STATE OFJDAHO. IN AND F

» r - i !

• . a n d . I

18 a®nd STEPHEN M. IRMEN,

■ A u J B S U M ^ r

iTEPHEN'fJ?

Boise You^aro horoby nolitlod

ee“ t% Complaint has boon Illod

tment --y o u In Iho district Court of I

ttatlon’^ l Disirlct of the £

S of In- *rvow i

expiration jnspoctlon at tho offico o f j

7l, - - . - |_ , a e tk . 321 Second Avenut

it!.° 5°”' 3! - T«»!n a one hundred percent

voring ab- labor and materials bond (or i

matrimony performanco o( tho Contract

3u and tho full amount of Iho Contract prt

custody ol -Tho right Is resonrod by the

tios horoto n>|oct any and all proposals

communlly postpone Iho award ol the O

(or a period not to exceed ihii

in is baapd ■cjey.^^a'id lo^n ccept^^^^^

0 hereby ’ Counclj, In the bost Interest

pad to said a tv o lfw in Falls. .

ro further provided t>y the Cily ol Twin

so appear Envelopes containing bids m

ist you as BID FOR 1977 SIDEWALK

i STRUCnON-PROJECT CfTY.

seal ol Ihls TWIN FALLS, IDAH08330t

wry,1977. .. EDYTHED.KOONTZ

aiyClork

CilyolTwIn Falla, Idaho

------------------- PU&LIBHi-Apfil28fMoy6»-t2r

STULLER.....- ------- • -------------- --------

............. A N O R = J ^ F " ? i , ’E'?r

TWIN FALLS. STATE OF It

------------------- ^A TJH EX tN trtjEfrrA trf—i

6 1077 PROPERTY KNOWN AS N

-i---------- PARK SUBDIVISION NO. 2

? S tv of s i i K ^ g a s

i g A s r i g „ K a a "s.

£ 2 5 ..] ^ PRESENTLY ZONED CO

ROPERTY -RESIDENTIAL MEDIUM 06r

lOENTIAL AND ESTABLISHING THE-ZC

CLASSIFIOATION THERI

BUILD 6- UPON ANNEXATION INTO

'ilTS ON , CTTY OF TWIN FALLS. IDAri

AT 1625 CITYR£SlDENTIALLOWDEN£

T.~rW IN . WHEREAS, Iho OlyPlanfljD

------------------Zoning'Commlssloo Koialis 1

)tlon has hoaring as req u ire d ,^ taw 0

3hn Luu n th day of March. 1977. to cor

Ml use 0 J— tno -lonlrtg - designation - upo

ardor that herolnbolowdos«l{>^; ano,

0* apart. WHEREAS. Iho Clly ^lannln

/ Council Zoning Commission luvtngma

wring as recommondation known to thi

nd day ol Council for tho City of Twin

Idaho, and tho a ty Council h

AHO; . OAINED BY THE MAYOR ANC

'.“J ? ? '" ? ____,,8«itoft..1....Th9t_tt>e,,felH

rzono bo ddscrlbod roal properly bo an

inle10 ol Maho, Ave. West, Twin Alls, Id. V

will bo held Iho-hlohost bidder. 11

ndHlonal Use iSTtSM; 1965 Int. 1100. SI

r m s “ « 9 r ^ v « "

I Section 19, 8J4007685; 1965 Ford. 5G7

toscrlbed a s 1972 Ford, 3R12X221124; tS

3400 E Soulh 1 ton. hWMHOISSe: 19t

mpahywfllch 21111K141378; 1967

^oad, ' .7R S4C 121658; 1989

to conduct a 9P73Y169640, .

ocesslng will .'to roloct any or all Wds.

lobllo'homes Publish: Aorii286fAay5, it

tho silo. I

GlVENthaia ' -

•hekJbeforo...............................

Planning a n d _ _____ NOTlCCOFLETnM

1 ihoTtouror-^— 54ir«j'«flpo84is-.win bo

a W »

kUho upon • ot approxlm<

>a interostod • alghl mllos ol'’“soai“ cc

hoaring ,»nd__:/-fO*awiys wilhin Iho Filer

st or,dlsap- 0(strtcl, Twin Falls Count

Ited above or Specifications may bo ob

Eommonis to , ottico ol Iho Filer

ailice ol tho Otstricl, 101 Yakima Siro

634 Addison Idaho _

Falls, Idaho Profiosals wltl bo opened

- • Publiclyatthoabovflslalod

JHIL J977._,. proposals will bo consider*

w ^ n _ accompanied. .by ari at

s a l o n - - • - - 'lhan len por conl of Iho toU

•k” boMn^*f'****'f*?iNfld

iy53877 ■ . acaatiler-sS(^*dM w non

bank and mado payabio to

Highway Disirlct, or a

0(1 BIOS *Prospectivo bidders 1

liconsod In tho State of Idai

JC Stalo C:ontraclora License E

W EO T ' Tho Filer Highway

borecelvod rosen'oslherlghltoaccopt

Clark al 32f «"y or atl bids or to accep

Twin Falls, whW» Appears mosi-BJTtS

■ Mountain-------tho-Filei Hlulmuy Bujiu.- "

m.alW htoh nLERHWHWAYDISTRICT

iicly opened HAROLOR;HUSTON,Secr

:nambera o f----- PUBLISH; April 2t. 28& Ma>

jutterwhlch 411,TwlnFailsCounly,ldah

______________ rioncE IS h ereb y giv

Annual olocllon' o(

' irualoes for Twin Falla

" ‘ ff*" Wo. 4ff. Twin Falls

.i?.S,i.fn^ • •>« '’O'd on Iho 17

ooCToto or ■' foUowtnt

“ ■W'MT-tno- poiis-wilri

between tho hours ol 12;00

, ■ ^ •tho'purposoofthls

Orw tfusleo from Trust

rJS ..JM ! i No,Fourandforaporlodof:

Nominating polltlons boa

o ' the board ol Irusloes 1

'X S r ‘ 5?. a y j g s i i g . g . f . ' K

ortoiian-of.' r r : ? f f r v - . r * ^ r y ^ ? ? ^

, n.„r»nn„ Tliat the olo«lon shall

A,< Sch’ootoisi

TwinFailaCounty.kUho

" fy S iiS H : April 28,- MSy 5.«

S " K S - : ’± 2 L - h - 5 = = =

imeo u Im ACorp

. NOTJCeORAW lj^JN

toriwihtut VOLUKTARYDCSSOUrr

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVI

'•“'y Co- “ Tlay2. JOELT.REED_____

— . . . . . flovenueOKicer

............. 4/26/77 • . -

• • . i V / a u e LakeB°Blv^ N®‘

; ^ o ^ ir^g^^|n^iTggd;83W

. ■■■•PUa'us7H:MayS.1977_...........

- ■ - '.r -----------------' - a T - t -

iCE’ LEGAL NOTICE

r w i ' M " OTATCW P^ m ^

' S i - i n t S ^ ^ ^ ' a

163^'fluick* ■

' S i NOTCe’^ H E f ^ o S w

unlit May 6. I i^ * rt«lm« irtthln Vim^^

,1977,. - fo r W barred. CUIms iTHtsi <

INO Personal Repi%senUtlva of

bo7w elvcd'~ ' e»tate.-ecftleow>thBii>Ceurtr-

? ' r ' i . s

imawiyono- RiytNjm.fUybom&Roosy

id mix: and • ^ o m e y * f o r P W s ^ •

loTHlSfiwa®^ PU B uifuA Sdl 28. May 5 an

jnly, Idaho.. 1977r--------------------------

obtained at . ______________

" « s " ^ v s r , s ? ^

led and road

‘S s s s s s

S E S

£ r “ „,

Department ot Water Reaou

S fe rS iw ia f La>*o» BJvd,; North.

------F aH y k tB h o rro o t-en -O T D

s g x , —

^ O O L NOTICE OF PROPOSED

Ila School ot use dl the Mtei^dl a ground*

ills Counfy, source. Tho rf^ t a o i^ t tc

- 20E..B.M..TwlftFaliaCounty

tIs election . Tbe water ia used for IrrtgaUc

a ' W ° 3 ° ^ a E % .j!£ < ,"0 fV R I 0 H T .

-------------------- SECHAMOeOASFOtXOWSr-

jslee Zone 2.93cfa ol thia water lo ba d)v(

of 3 years: ai tho NEWNWMi, Soe. M.Twp.

Kiarfno tho Rge. 30E.. B.M., Twin Falla Coi

a not loss used for trrtaalton bf 14S k

)tlor to Ihe Thera ia no c R an ^ In the ptac

a»^April.29,— ttaorAfty protests agalnsl ttw at

----- :-------- ----propoaed c h a im of water-rt

all bo by must be fitetf «flth the h

■ Oepartment of Water Resbur

11,1977.- lO ^ B tu e Lakes Boulevam N<

i ___________ T j r i n ^ . Idaho, on or before

Iho - i "

>. and May ' PUBUSH:MayS&12,1B77

jtlonof ' ’^ T H E W ^ r a ^ O F T ^ E S T

Jfporatlon.. UAROAaTERRY. .

ONFOfl.................. C M eN O .M P°” *^

n ^ T h a t • N o rn w ’^ H E r e f f r S ^

35?2«'b;; S n t i S ^ S £ 2 ? R i S i . i 5 5 v

)-S uio Ol ^ «bov»flamod estaia. AS

:s vehfied aona having clabna aoalnaf-the

r7. at 3:00 the date Of the flnt pubUntloi

w as soon. this notkw or aakJ cSknaw it

be hoard. forever barrod. Claims must et

rttmcrano— nwT>rM 8ni89T5TJENRrsrrEF

irict Court Poraonal R e p ^ n ta tlv e o(

ict of tho------OBtBe.-at-OWcB tto .-t Twin I

noCounly • B £* « T ru 8tBkJg.,TwlnFalls,l


■ _____

■•' ' . . . *

*vr -

I

GENERAL TENDENCIES: Ai Ireal

chan ^ is now present _ _ a

- -fcif jro u to ^ v a a c e _ a a d p ro p e iBss^ip^K

new_plan o f'a e tto g

' • th r o u g your own good j i i d nent ^ and efforts. Be wise. .1.5

however, aES concentrate, on a m iiu b lo fotmula if this =

.p ica is to succeed. •

; ARIES (M ir. 21 to Apr. 19) Make N new plima that s e M n ;~ ' H •;8 L b N b ) E ;l^ .; -- L .

wise, b ut be stire to ^ o w them n t o a bigwig and ^ the' P ’ - f n

bK king ro u s e ^ . Make frien ends of associates whoiw ^T

D c f n s i& H A v s J ^ ^ -n

thinking i^ogica]]-------- -— ^ '

, 1^ -n

I ^ 'T 11a r r ^

mile In diameter. Dr.-Samuel Hei Herrick of th e University o f > ‘ i;',v

C^ifom ia at Los Angelei discov ovored it: It's namedtToro.^>t^-'»

__ A -C # lifo m ia a ~ d a lim T rw « man called Canaiy^wfio’m a n c i r i r :

years ago bought four black taxics icabs, painted them .yfliow as • • •

a' a persona] whim prompted by h his ovm moniker, a n d 'th u r ^ '. ~

. started the w orid's fim Yellow / i Cab Com pany.'He did no{ t . ^

secure exclusive tegsl-rlghts to the e I fimi's name, howevart lt hat:;^:.^!^:;

been widely reported here and elsi ilsewhsre that th e fim.Yellowi .•

Cab Company was founded bv the h e famouiM r. John D. H ortr. ■•••.■:.

- . ‘ TAURUS-(Apr.* 20 lo May 2' 20) You now can get th e . ^ MY

‘ _ Deeded fi&Uicdfl to- g a k fo u r : i most cherished personid .. . A

iHsbM. Um t a a with one who do ioes not agree with you. A

GEMINI (Majr-21 to ) , A good W ena giwVgockl’— ^ H

.^^_^jnige9^9iU L bgiL tQ jm proveyoui u r method of operation and :

have n o re success in the future,' I. Welcome new changes. f i

: MOON C H O D R E N lJune 22 to“ JuIy 21)~A »6dale8 “

. . csD abow you . a better way .of if erating:in ih e future.

' ■“

^--------------BAI^BECUED •DPORK—^------------------------------

■t 0 . "Why does some-Chlrwse-b -barbecued pork remain pink - -tt

■ oven though it's well done?" .

!;:i^^A^Re8ctlon.of:bvon;8i ^ s with h"theme'at i d w $ ,* a t - : j ^ ------ - —

As a nominee for membership 3 in I the "My Name IsaP o cm " -:f.:

Club, please consider, too, that : Boise. E Ida., girl called Vickie - .......

- H l c l ^ _ . . _ _____:_____________

O rgadze tim e and energies atadi hKcompUsh agood deal.

UX) ( Ju lj 22 to Aug. 21) A ne sew plan you have in mind |—

What, you've neverheard of B( Beniamin’Whichcope?.He Wos

the follow who in 17S3 sajd. "N 'No one blushes In the dark.

o e ^ 't h e backing o f good M en >nds, so t e sure to get it. ' ^

Use care irttere Gnasces are cono u e n ^ .

VIEGO (A ag.iU to S e ^ : 22) S Success is indicated if you jANDYCAfP,

'A

-display eelf-confidence. You make s M ends easily and [~

•jViif iKInWlng. ■ 5

" liB H A (8 q * . 23,to CW. " ^ . t o be'm ore, i d e a l i ^

rV JO K M R IFSW ^-,..,— ^ 2' COMT«UPBJS^^

_ » hj»ro p f nwt ndsm ed.;Iisten.tq-w hat-an--------oi

----------iS jb d A u h u id u y u d s o & la D Siswithliiirideu.

— 5

- :SCO R P IO (O ct.23toN ov.2Il I) Show associates you take • ;

your work seriously and gain their th respect and coopera*“ ^

■ . tfam ;D o n 'tb eafraid to ask fo rad

.SA Q irrA R IU S (Nov. 22.to Dec. C .'21) Financial affairs

--------- are-n o et-irital-to you-now ,-bu M Jt-W -th e . b e s t, way. for____ [ _

lu a jlin g tb em effideotiy. A jnoa u e y expert could help,

~ CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. a. 20) to visualise pw * . _

tw w l almA m ora vividhf and thfti e n TOU know better how to % ^ E

_____ gainpam .A void.uonece8saiy,ei sipenditu re o fm o n ^ . -

^ ??x5(jAWUSTJanV21 to F eb. , 19) ] O i^anlM T our t ilB a ta ^ '" ^ ^ ^

— . — a o th ^ y o u c u achieve more ini] iih e fu tu rt'.B e iii6 re « Jiw ^ n

nTS TOb WD WE PO N ^ X vVB e s . WE \ I v^ONPEg i

ful and c o n te o t^ d Ji^ d itio n s bri, T ig h t« ._ >

PISCES (Feb. 20 to M ar. 20) L Look to an'older M end for I

h i^ * » solving V persbnalproblt jlem .'The id e a ro f a J a ^ ; - “ ,_

---------- tie c a c h e th *eouree«f your gaini l n I n g m n w t .T n n n i q r . ~ ~ ~ .T ------- ^

IF-YOUR.OHn.I)-LS-BORNwiB

have miich ab ili^ A d can-p •put a d o ss the fine talents . . ^

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. J -ntOSE His POCTTT^

K B N * T

Althouc^ m ost of the'highM w a y s have had,.white centof - >•stripes

\ for_many.years, none kno\ lovm had v ^ ita stripes a t tneir:;: :-^

outer edges before 23 y ean ago. |o. First such restrictive, guide

stripes v^re painted next tc to the road tfiouldsn - of

,^C onnecticut!»_Merrltt Psrkway. Oi One Dr. John V. N. D orr cam* '; :r

—^ p -jw lth -th e -b ritfit-ld e a ,-c o ntfthd ti ino

driving safer. He proved to be quit iite rlg h t., '

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fh e.teclfs of, those ^ playlnj ing cards are covered with ro w i.; Xj

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Here's how the professionals wl who mark cards for dMateri'..'

touch^up these particular decks, ;s, much to the disgust of

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Floating candles by Corn

2 Piece Chimney Flick (

2 Piece Llghhouse

R eg . $ 1 2 .6 8 . | l h l | f 1

a n d $ 1 4 .8 8 . ■ ■ . n U l l 7

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^ k a li^ n G fr

^ K i n f a l l s - - John ^ U fl

- ADdt I teache s a i eal estate d a s d ^ ^ H

^ ^ B c l a t t t ~ ^ named Twin"' ‘"‘at-.U .Ibe College Df 'S « ^ m .

“ Realtor of the Year" Idalx bo. - ^ 1

^ ■ J s currently on the board ot Th< meethig tte^R e^to r

^ K ^ r s ^ o f ..the^fw ln.’ Falls— quail

^ K a n ^ t l o n and serves on the E ldn Ircdge, E>on Houk. David

H b i c s aod standards-com -

■ i t t c e . .. .'

Hutcl ichlns, Kathy Irish, Jerry

Jam nes, ( L urae L oferriere,

H

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B H o w a rd has been active In E>oris ■is Lazaros, Mark Lyman,

^ B a ilo r ergonlzatlons on >t)ic Art Martin, 1 Howard Meiers,

H a t e and national level ond is

^ B rre n tly a board.of director.

Marji ry Lou Neu1>ry.' Leland

Ostle ler. Audrey Partdn, Sue -

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^ K m h c r fo r th e Idotib Penn inlngton, Max Rector, Jeff

^ k o c la tio n of Realtors, Is a Robb }blns, Audrey Surber and

^ k 'm b e r .of the -'R ealtors John inPolk. J. . .

r e jE L f o a d _ s ta ]

W ASH IN G TON (U P I) - Bul :ut the measuvc approved

h e S e n a te ' A g ric u ltu re by the tl .-cbmmittcc tops the

o m m ltte e w e a n e s a a jn P rS I

nnestlm ated$122 million. ___

TlTTouglT C a iT c r'eople

to get free food ^ m p s . thrco catencd to veto stam p

jJh ae^cu H ^laW t-i-fam lly — UcglsI |c|p^|nn golnfl

r Jour_w lth a w t monthly projK SS.C blllioh spending

ncome of 93» ^ i s I 1G6 yvorth celliii ilngi 'A ssIstant A ^ c u liu r e

»f-food-ttam ps-a-m onthr but—- Swre re ta r y Carol-F orem fli^saM — B —

nustpay$3Sforthem . toda> a y sh e d o c s not know w h at B 1

Under the measure passed th e VI W hite H ouse will do. " B ' I

)y tho agriculture mmmlttee - "It It depen d s on tlie e n tire ■ I

today, the family would no hill.” «ihP Bnlil "WVI1 hBVft Itt— B J

longer have'to pay for stamps, w alti ita n d s c e .”

butltwouldgetonly$71 worth. . .. Th< h e stamp bill Is Included In

President Carter proposed~~a m< n easinv^vhich-sets-farm — ^ 0 1

the revised stam p program. supp( port priccs ot levds obove

A)4ilch. serves m ore, than.17.-. .what al Carter h a d asked........

million pcq>le, as a first step - Am jiaiysts said the bill ex* -

toward ellmtiiating stam ps c e eec d s a d m i n i s t r a t i o n

and Instead giving-needy— -propc p o ^ by about tm million .- .■

people, a -Single cash grant annuj lually on food stamps, and

under a ,-rriorm ed-w elfare-- by-at about It.B billion a year In c

program . itAfai [arm section. p

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"t 7— A G E N C V 3E E R V I C E

I ■ .Advertising desigi gn, jayout,

: ^ illustration and placen iment— local,'

regional or national. £ Specializing In

li . I ^ Gnrporatg^lmaqc - tr traderftark and

logotype design and id application.

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^ ■ U n g o T S e ^ ^ S r S s ^ ^ i Sta

F ^ B o ^ o f R e a l t o r T ^ ^ ^ H

^ M id o f R e a lto r s : c o nd id u c te d th e m e e tin g

^ ^ B w a r d h u been in- (he real - - Tuea sd ay night. Dou^ V o U m e r T T ^ H

^ M t e bualneg.tn Twin Falls 1978 S i award winner, presented ^ B

^ M 0 8 ? la n d -e s ta b lla h e d J ils _ .U ie aaw i ard.-.: - _ . _ _ _ i r Z r m ^ B

o tn co tn 1075.-Ho-'and-hls_^--c,,,

ilghtisen n e w - m b m b e r r ^ '^ B

^ H .'~ A u d re y . ^ a 'b i^ e f ,

re com pleted necessary

^ g t - operated the business ■ S

Inlng

,

for the R ealtor status

^ B e then and have been ~ -r;p

l..w ero-given-certlficate9—

by. Jack-and—

I pins and accepted Into thd

^ ^ w w a r d ts former chairman '

■ t h e MulUple Listing Service

a past president of the

( a n ita d o n .in sp c c la l

emonles. ‘Jim Kennedy.

in Falls attorney, presented . .

certificates.— t-.-t

i m p s ^

Look at. th li M other's r'l: D ay Spe-— f l S L T 2

clal -on any G en era >ral Electric -

P o rtab le radio, cloi lock radio,

: portable c a tie tte - rre e c o rd e r ..or..

o k a y e d .(te • re o In itock.

B S Q N e Ez EZ:

d e s i g n

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edferal-Power* Commission*-------Tin

5ti6V’en8 saltTUie t r u 's o w n s '. • ^ B

scommendatlon to President Mond onday to the President th a t' fIMli dings showed (he'E I.Fasow J : ' H

artPjpJhat, Aln»knn ■ gas -he,.. one;..; w .o f. two pr«ywBd..tcan^i .plan.

nnfldnplnellnes'tw chosen *‘if thep iproposedplpdlnes. j ^ B

trough C anoda wa? ap- -such ich a route is m ade available . ’ Tv I'w o c o m m J B 8 io n e r 8 i« ^ '^ \7 ^ B

arently-bnsed-on-thc'bdlcfTTTbyth rthe^Govommcntief:Canada-"--.Chai > ainnaniltchard-LrD unhB nr= ^= ~ ^B

anadlan gas. w ill'diso be on 1 .1 acceptable, term s.’.an d ..a n d Jam es G. Watt, r e c o i n - ^ B

ran n W ^ o r i ixpqwr^ g t i ^ eaT^^^ebffdi iffdltlow?' .V . ;i-men< en


“ = = 4 = =*ti*M6DNCEMENTS-

_________ _ ,oo.i-Elgii»u.............. .....

I 002 loH « Found

I 003 Announc»menl»

004 SpMlolNotIca*

; oo? Memorial Noilcot

’ I . 006 P«rtonoU

I S ^ U a i D OFFERS

007 Job* Ol Inlcroii

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I- '0 ) 7 6uilnoii0pporlunlll

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_________ . 031 MonayW onlad

, . p ^ 3 5 ln*iruefbn _

‘ 029 C p ^

; • I -030H om «ForSoI#

;___ _____ : u :.03h0uf 0 f Town Home*

• 036 R*olE*toi« Wanted

037 Farm* & RonchM

vi:.- ,1 038 Acraog* « loU -

-----’ .039.6uilr«»» Prop*fiy

1 040C «m «t«rylott

. ’ . 043 VocDllon pTop*rfy

— -•^♦♦^ enddAitnltffni For Sol

045 Mobile Hom«t For Soli

- REN TA IS '

- 050 Fum. t, Unfum. Ho'ui'e

' *05J'FurrlT'AjJfi74 O upleie

054 Unfum. Aptf. a OupI«

056 Boom* For Rent

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!m e r c h a n o is e

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070 Wantod To Buy

071 Sho«> ond Clothing ’

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.......................... 074 M uilcoifntlrum enlt

.077Rodio..TVASi#f«o—

076 Furniture t CorpeU

079 ApplloncM

080M *otlng«A!rCond.

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------------------;,O B30orog*5qte»-- •••

^ .0B6Fir»wood

-0B7 Plontt a T fM t'

OBB G ood Thing* To Eat

....................- 090 Poll S Supplle*

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piy! Bom s, oirtonU a. orchid

freaf) bouQuoit ol all |vp«

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TO BAVE MONEY on ra

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■ . . W p : 1 poncho llntr b5Ki«

...........................wltfi »null worittn'a Levi iKk

« ^ P O d in It. B«tw«en ^

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, . 6 3 7 8 .._____________

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' ^ in twspiUt parking k

Phono 733-1511 oxtanslon S

. daya.EvonlnoaphoneSt4^10

WHEN YOUR CHILOREI

. outgrow Ihttir baby luml)ura ihj

- isagoodtim atoptacanioraal'

in ttw Tlfiwa^r t wa Cla«ain»

, _______ iloST IBi^H Setter, male

K lng^le Subdlvislon.'Pttoc

73Me32.

FOUND: Black (^b In buoi

■ lac(oryvlclnlly.Call73M439.

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162 Auto* • Foro

- 164Aulo».LIncoln»

, 166AUIOI-Mercurv................

' 168 Aulo* •O ldtm M llo

170 Auto* -Pontiac

172 A uto*-Plym outh___ ■

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1 * ^ MICKY AND KAY'S Ilnof roaale .

^ * dolhlng, 1023 Blue Lakos North

now accepllnB quality ckjlhlng

^ whole lamily on eon-

do lh es now through July.

W alchadBforopenlng.-

pital COULO YOU u»e extra cash

Call. rtght now? Thon put a Ctattllled

Ad lo work aelllng Itoms you no

, i^ e r n e e d .'

MIOIY AND KAY.‘S — finer

r tu i* clothing, 1023 Blue Lakes

[i;^ Nonii. 10 a.m.-«:00 p.m. NOW

cket . . ._______________

'2 s ; . CALTON'S AUTO BODY. 690

• South Locust now open for

_ buslnota. We Install aulo class,

hair 73M731..

tot, " —- • • --------------— ..........—

580 PROFESSIONAL tMking clasac*

110. «very Wednesday evonina 7:00

iT ’ p.m. No C harge. Walher

EN Hubbard'a Food and Mill Shop

!hat 3»EutUnd.733456S.

lale —

IorIe“ TWVATE ROOM Sr'homey'aiT-

mciphere. 24 hour supervtaktn

;pf ekten/peraons- 734-778J ■

'®*' WHEN YOUR CHILDREN.

_ . outgrow their baby lurnlture that

m S " y r i ^ N ^ " a a » i l ? i e d

Get RESUL

ifr lflttay!

Your M on ey B

to -.•If _ buy' - Of -trode- In our Cto

day*. Pay lor your od before th a IQ.day*

nufflb«r.of!warilt!in yo u r« d ). if, at tha

I t *e ld — you hb»en-« p u rth a ttd whot

iroded tor (lie Item you w anted to

ew* OHice and w ell chearlutly refund yi

bofore th* 10 day* . . . . — coll ond cen

ly fer-th* dsyi your ed octuelly opp«eri

id cttodi (or the dlHerence,

pm rfy'm H •«

mm m t h» m tupf d. r*!' r*

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person who-olvos-lnformaiion- t

* that roaults In tho Idonllllcallon, i

0 and approhenT on ot Iho «

r Hagerman Dog Poisoner. All (

p information will bo kcpi strictly ■

confldontlal rogarding Iho In- f

lortnanl. Call Doyle Pupmlro a t ' j,

= - •P7-W17~or-^ U ^ ^ thV; ^

THE MORNINOSIDE School' “

rr~ -would-|lko-lo-thanirrall-mBf--- -I

n chants who donated aitlclos lor <

' our school carnival and auciion. i

- ThankyoulothoAuciionoorsof -

Snake River Aucllon. *

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ihe.end.ol 10 doy*-— H9

h o f.y o u V U o o k in g .lo r^ n i -hi

1 to iw op.— COME IN y<

id your man*y. IF VOU I flL '

cancel your^od. You'll

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BOX07

porsoi

sUllor

& to g rap h o r. 3:30-9:00 . Buhl, opi

sday-Ftklay.' S38 Third Street 8A ) p.m.

' e h ^

JKINQ FOR perm anent wiltresse

ale companion, lamily In* Fuif cr

ed.- white prelerred. and ,R?r»of**f

iprolorable. 3M8. generally p a r t Tih

caled,Ptea8olneiudephone ,

a a ^ g ^ a ° " B r - ? p g r i

4BLYI? TItod of ipT

to needs Female companion. luil lime

rate room, bath, ph. Now selling f(

flrtrv-Homa.'For Intorvlow ' 7037:-----

•443^ aflor 5:30 Undor 45 yrs. H Y O ^

.- L b a o p w

' a a

ITED: . someone lo mow. pAfTf ilrw

fn tho wuntry wllh y o u r- for im n

rK ffn trm a n . -paraBK-iii

€RN HEALTH caro laclllly . ,

'u*r5ho‘’« t5 u m s “ wo"2 ili

r m ^ n u S i u ^ . •

>N I have a lew open coiloct, aa

lories with.excollont oar— 7SU341. -

« a S ' S S ^ ; =

BTS.KImborly, •

on lo work In aervkio “ 31B.20W

onandlighimechanicworfc.

irloncod preferred, apply In NEED AN

on. Buhl coop Suoolv. houaekeoi

I M j l R p F S i L ^ ^ j K S cJ

j h T ^ ^ ^ u ^ , MCsfhave panlon. iJ

d driving rooord and oorvtce Si

uffQura . iicenso. Equal ^ ^ n k h

oriunlty Employer. Contact phone nu

r 4«0,J.T .T . Continental

Ino ■ Co..’ W Washington '*

et. TwinFalls.------ MALEBAi

' - '■ • - timo. Call

It. E S T A m sn ra P e frai iw ■ " ’■'“ M

ley i Twin FallsOlfice. 734-

(nrarwvUMmsnl . HUSKY

■ wtjpoinimpni. WANTED

>ER1ENCED WAITRESS for between

intno-»hm2yip>r>h:pef>onr -AddteBn.-

MgaK't,17lBKimbeihrRd. INSTTTLn

iBt‘ 6i P t e Tii '*‘ iji> 'ifif

i f

. S h

S s

beroro3 p,m._____; _ at least 3

33“ WANTED. Apply H n

gp--.SIudofita-Jiiom1_ nol------physioiarv

y.Ounnn>lotel,-........- - - - ^currenP;-;

T-TIME counter help, must '

3RTUNITY FOR OUAURED K j c / o Ti’

vidual. w llh (a rm in g ________

sround and ttxpeiience (or SHIPPING

«red cattle and (arming clerk waj

■lion. Very good working . counter a

lUorts and benedta. Settd arip able

iorphonenlgm s324^8. Supoly. S:

---------------Falls.

ICH -COOK WANTEO. cVc t p r t

lilts Jnclud® ntee homo to

INO APPUCATIONS for «*0 wlllw

iriencadtype-aelierlamlllaf w n w r ; -i

r 7 i ; r e ' S i . ^ ; f f . "

lact ACE PRINTING. INC. «ervlew.

^ In Avo. North. 733^8823. EXPERIEf

r TIME ONLY. M t«1b#»bi«' 3 0 * ^ 8 '

irk6:4S|o1040p.fn.6daya - ^

9k or 4 erenlnga and V» day w arn

-day In my small appUanca^

a . t t flO p e r m o n lh

n g * i ^ l r S ^ y i^ Buildera.7

_______ _ DRYCLEAI

eOIATEPOS(TX)NmlW3*e. Modern^

quaM M legiri “ “ y E ' Adjuat-A-

irtanoed rtqUred. Can 734- (ranchlfej

«br(uitt*rlntarm atton.- ; charge"

0 days. K the Item doesn’f

r9uc*n.alth»r.Q etanlund _______

n y ouradlO inoradeysiw

f & s f r i r a s i s ^ - R E !

>ERIENCED W ELDER !S !f**o,

■ Id 833Q1.._____________ , 'ilo o d S a r

JCATK3N8 BEING TAKEN

experienced machinist.

act, the Employmeni Of-

,altheA m algam aladSuou- m h M R

Twin FAIIs. An equal op- ' m m

DUNTANT - If you have an . \ m '

unting degree>lth related . W

oxperiet'ce, have in —

llonl career.oppoflunlly rof_ .

IS AsslsUntOllTce Manager f j

fi/sife

Alt; J.R. Dunbar. P.O. Box

. Ogden. Utah, 84402. An

ll opportunity employer

STEER, both, tocations, : . c k

Lakes aod Addison alores.

» w laklng appUcattons lor-

ind pan time day and night *** *

H ^ppty^f^pef•on-at-ellfw- :----------1)

EL kWD wanted: Apply.ln T I M E

on. Hogorson'Restaurant,

4alnEast, ■

KTAIL—WAfTRESS-WANi-

i. ___________ •

l i l S E S l

SPORTlNS«OOI

•CISrCAMPIRS,

kiiw lN OM ACH

■0,ICT’ III

ill nn Ato-VISOR 1

..........

EO: Fellowa 18-17 (or pad Medical Tochi

ilgW work only. Apply a r (MT) roglslero.

^ »Piiaafter4p.m. '

LMAIOS-fulltlmo.good

ng condition#, .paid

socuriiy assure

». OF - PAYING ronl2-- .dryclimate;Sei

sea end lodging paid; and. (S09I 04&46H.

Some iravel. Rolorencos Opportunjty Em

^h o a u se cr ei

ABIN c a r e t mile west of Oori MUIs, n

o ^ - d a liy . 8 0 ) a.m. to andSellllngEmi

iNCHITO needs wallers, ' Ko?boa°d***aa

u e s , ■r>d disltwashers. axoertenced 1

TIME Wallreaa. evonlngs. MAIDS. ».40

irllhfl pay V X an hour. .

TW ambltkMis salesmen,

t food storage. Call 73^ _ S ? i t t o r l f

AUUC Servtea man. Must drinklna^Rofoi

« te n « d _ G o ,- -Phonofe.2?3o'

li'EED. BASVI

noma.n.IIOpor

i s f f S r m T i

T lT lw -W Jrm srG io ro ir - t n o ^ t h n w -

'panilme. For in

.. U018L -Z— — 1

ED IMMEDfATELYI --■ -

a. cooks,-c hange-per— -HELJ^WANTEI

vallrosaes, good salary. unless wtlllng a

ication. Insurance. Call Cotonial Conci

ask (or Gul Keep, 702- person^, - ' ^

^ ^ B l e r - i n i l n o d T

B^frtey, Waho— - T u w - if iu u f ^

. o xperlonce.

> r WCELLENT • tivo-ln a lil^ y m f id o

Boper, to cook and N-2 cfoTlmo94

1 my small formal homo. -

Kt-(or-m ira«-or-com -____BOOKKEEPER

-Just q u ie t. efficient- porlenced. p

i . ' S S ' . ' K . ' . I j n i S

n ^ r ,0 Box « ,

...............................................c^sultanls re

JAfiTENDER. (ult or pan ' pending comi

'M 423S215 before 10 - p t o ^ t and

■appointnwnt.________ • perience no«

r SERVICE - HELP S t^ rlS S app«

FOOD s m p « to r“ ' r " ^

J R E ^ R a Rollretnent necessarytooli

Cardlan rehabllltallon time worn. Ph

■laaeeUngan-applleant- -7348122ovenlm

exterwlve—tnltilno~and— •

once In all phases of REFUEUNQ f

Ic (ood senlces. Dullos al Reede

)d will bo purchasing,- TWIn Falls Air

mei. schedules, budgets, Mder. C.SO pe

i.baklng-and-cookbg-A - 1 person, Monda

edge of Instllullontl AnEqualOpppi

1 qqulpmont and lls uso is SECRETARY

S S B S i - -

anus a s p ro scrl^ l by a Aye, North. ■ -

I corllllcalo_from thb siaiion atlond

p'O 'M oi. D»i

iwledgablobrgoodhoallh MATURE LAOY

«ls. Send rosumo to Box prepare evenin'

iTImes-News, - llghl housekeo

week, approxlfl

NG AND RECEIVING day. Ideal allui

wantod. Will Iraln for Social Securl

r aales. Must be reliable tr a n ^ n a llo n 1

ble to work fullllme.- c^l74^7365,

, 636 Main Avo. N.. Twin ---------------^

' •; .

ST GROWING com. .

bean company In kJaho Sell the worl

ngforanaggrosslveman ulor w oter *1

i '^ ^ . S t e r t M “ -L"

for Ihelr- beans. Call ^

Inc. 326-5963 for in- beiior IKe. C

;____________________ CUUIGAN.73

lENCED MILKER-fOr ' ------------------

rfllk op- td 300 cows in ' — -----------t : -

8 herringbono. Good . W A N T E I

Call 326-5904 boforo 9

iftor7p.m. miKhanIc w

*p'?Sl'g°n~ P«

». 7344874 Of 734-5724. Bl!r°K^ * ^

■ANINQMQH. Held b a ck .. T rordTBCIcR:

If present posllion? Ava. Soulh

I plant w /Sanllone. id‘63301 73

-A-Drapo. S uedellfe---------

»e« r e g u l / A a ^ " ^ - M m

‘ Individual; 35 em- I t l M l

i~TlmXrawtord,-AU#ka-------------- '*

». 810 W. Flreweed_________________

iiciiuiiuB.AiaikiuusiUJ^ —

‘ WE HAVE Al

i n r A i TELEPHONED

LU«.,AL DCDUAMEhTT

‘RESENTA TIVEII----------- ro S T T lO l!^

a Of hom erm ker rto

orders ( o c .O reoon b q ^ R S R

i-R e tf-R o ip H irrlV i:-------------- ^ANDCC

iMion.. M na fap|y-for— -------TOJWfeKT

) Spring* 6 * ^ rarm ; .TwinFa

S.E. M u ilc ^ C o n tp ~ ~"A nftjtw h

Sandy, O regon 97055. ^ p f

'V A N T E I

M A t ^ O R W O M A N L I V l N

^ H O S r t a M f i 'T C T t A K E . O :

t s 4 N B * W C S > C U l A T K 5 N >

C o v e r i n g . . .

j h o s h o n e , C a r e y a n d R i c h

I N T E R E S T E D - P E R S O N S G /

l \ E S - N E W S C I R C U L A t l O N

: . - 7 : ^ 3 - 6 9 3 1 ^ ^ ^

Collect

>DS,RlCYCI.IS,fl

i,A IR nU lN IS,

iHINiS, CA RPit,

L. • 7 w w "

k b i i i M l . C A R N I V A r -

echnolofllsls. ASCP - - - -

leiod. l & ^ d 4euto

llal In com m uniirw < ? j \ i r v

vice area of lOO.OOO; -

u te d lab. Located In

si prosperous areas H I Z Z .

. future .growth and . • ’

isurod. Sunny, mild. U . . i ~— m

:Sendresum ooreail '

111. ext. 283, Equal

»Employer.

«ETARY.gotowork \ t t '

y. Modern olfico.' > I & ]

wnellta, SSOO. Call j V O N w ^ ^ P

. ra4-25S0. Snelllng

lEmp.Serv.

iORTUNITY fn roiall I '

aales. Keyboard I / S T | V \ H

Bd desired, but not

’.733«55. I _ * T \ .V*

2.40 per hour. In^ V 1 * .

Id boneflls. See Alice B i ll . * '* i y ' ^

yyointng 'c i ttnr t H i r M B '— '“ "V " *

Musi bo able to ride i l l | • A '

rk- h o r s e s , a n d 111/ ------#

: and milk a cow. No D l

w .,0, . 0, . . i f _

hSYSITTER in my Wm '

)porhour.7344?96...

HOME ‘PrOduotc

“ • ' c o u p o n t . a n

5 T E o r w r a p p i y ------------- •JIm T .

ng and able to work.

«ncrote. Apply In

rUANAGERfortocal ■

oer opponunlly wllh. '

ding company. MuM . . ' ,

All applications ? "1®“ “".,

ifldentlaf. Wrllo Box Twin , I

les-Nows, 99 Stoll* ot pra

Sr R -n e e d e d .-E x > :

. J> art.|im e, per-. - J ! ? ” '®'- ’

J O Tires. Suhl. 543- . couple. Double

. 4 7 Mobile hom

PART TIME beauty ***.' " ''‘" 8 . *1''*

I required (or ox- ...solory. Job»..o

:ompany, ,Must be of - dub-hou**;

eolledlng r*nt*

00 p.m.________mollon. • •

entec.- Older man , .

. Must havo all.

tools. Part lime lo lull' ^

L t e o u i

a AlBcnAFr.Jjw

B per hour. Apply in solesperson. W

nday through Friday........ lorgest t most

ppp^nttyE m p. . ' p a p e r ’ distrlbut

lY rec e d llo n lsla ,' ' K od'yM tn.oreo,

ee skills. Cali Kay, exponi^ng our *-

_73J-7i52_260-6m--------Sputh,C«n>“ U '

. . • Poper Co. bo i th

___ ____________ p*n*otion « (rlr

rC M K aiiil nonBo . ^ p odrofllim lirtr

D u rle e -r' ( U f o " ? ‘ H youhw **olei

M5-2457.' ' In wholesaled

ADYV.«KTED-I.~

S i ? d m ”;

oxlmaloiy 4 hours a All opplleotion*

alluallon for lady of dentiol. Pleo** s

curlty, ago. Own to Dixon Paper

on r w l w J . Please Tom Hollmon.

*■ ' .___________ 7665. Bol**. tdoh

• An Equol O ^

. E S M A N :

vorld's mo*t pop-

r *ystem«. leod* ------------;----------

Stable local em- A POSITION VWIK

B* a peri oi th* YOU TO HAVE I

t. Coll WAYNE Ot ASKING MOr*Y

L733-242I. JOP QUALITY I

______ ____ _________ MUCH IN OEMA

------------------------- ^ - REPEAT VOLUAAN

T J D : G enerol - i

wll}< (rofit *nd WORK BY APPt

I I • x p a r lo n c * ^ __ONl.Y*__________ _

I . S K , i f c = S ^ . HiPliSiNTAHVES

1 AkjISrif, MAOIC

r e i r ^ — -rowNs_DiMQi

------------ S E S f ' X S ' i

n M p r c t m cham bre.

. FOR PERSONAL

Z — Z H H H m —I E S 2 S 5 S 2

I AN OPENING .N

IE SALES. THIS IS A .

-NT PART, TIME_

is ROEBUCK *^^!mDC

■ COMPANY------ B— — S m S

twfOpportunffy---------*iNDOrmiAL *uoi

>^phY*r" fOCTS te .btpOy

IFY O U D E SIR

. ' A‘f«*l oopoitunlf

— ———g -L = jg ^ I A Y»m^ «.WwHt

• ■ : i K r . i ' , K

• • ■ ' , ----- ■> • • SOM U»mlng (nd

g - ^ A S E N C V ■

lot H«M CMMT

•r...... - .. .0)^ »9 would

our growth ind 1

i c h f i e l d .

-J -------Saturdey.fc

G A t U i -

n d e p t .

_____ I -------------

■ “ BBx-juii.'^m ssr

^ ^ _ - T - -

• - ............ ... .

SHOW ~7|

, j i i p s ; - 7 - -

- b y D k k T

g b o i u c i ’ ; /

^ K r ^ \ y M v - r '

S ' ^ 3

S 5 S S lh 2 i!± L 5 £ S U !

itud«nt d it. . th at me&ni

md ^nu«_______________ ,

EEDEO FOR A porlenced, hospllal bon.

e bome .pOtk HOLSTEIN FARMS. Rout

Folli A,«>. J;'O m < « 3 2 M « . J!M!10,

>re»ent. being

r 156 units. ............. .......

“ J i s ’i-'fsrisic ; ' ■ '------------

le wld* 24 X IF YOU ARE INTERESTS

>m* ruml*h«l EARNING OVER S10J

Af#*JALlY A s A PBU

’ i ? ! . ? . ^ n e n t f u ll- tim e p r o f

.eon*l»t. c ^ , . sjo nAI • SALESPERSON

t* r sw1mmlng ^HE OPPORTUh

>mmon .or*o. FOR YOU.

« In’fiJ: .e U ^ P L U S C O M M lS -

*INSURANCEBENE^

• RETMEMEHTPLm T

------------------- , SEA RS ROEBUCK

I A D DTI? - - ;_ A N O C O M P A N Y -

I l l . r i l U f _ _ . - 403M oInA v*.W e*t.

« Dixon Pop*r Twin Fpll*;idoho

? v s r u z

We or* th* . _______ '

x j t w ^ )h* E i p m n t l n

SO. ond w e a re ~

r sole* (orM Ini. .

L ld o h o J I x o n - «

, th* best com-

!rlng* b*n*(ll» lhe(ollow lng:

r t n d u s n y r " ^ ^G EN ERA lfA TlM H A tCr

lM *-x^nefieT • '" P ’oyerpoldl** {1).-

d dUtributlon. eBOOKKEEP£RS.flfn*xpl

itonding tale*' " I*ppor1unli^ I Som **mployerpoldfe«

. o REGISTEREONURSESW)

Sop*rvl*orv oblllty: doy

hour*. Employerpoldi*

HKHAUOWS-............. N E W H O R IZ O N S ,

; FUN WHILE a g e n c y

y in te rm o u n ta in b u ild ii

■pRODUaS ■‘09Sho*honeSl.So..Rm.

MND. HibH 734-8044

AN. NO COMT CoIho-ddyfor'ap^lhTme

W* or* on Mlobffih

'POINTMENT lecaUy ow ned ond operof

_________________ g * f ^ n n *f ^ l ervlce. Ft

S^C V A U E Y ~ • • ~

ONSTRAHWf^ *■ W

lABLE - ANO ■

lY >«• NON- I ■ wilt' babyall for work

E-UFT-FROM— molher8r734J31«,: _

UCENSEO DAY CARE In

L INTERVIEW home for children Inlahta

-------yWfeTTawlia, ' - —•■

. WILL 0 0 BABYSnTING Ifl

BEN. IDAHO home weekdaya. any age.

3 F ^ NEED SITTER during flay t

E S - - .m o fiin -o ig ^ te v -tn iifli-t

f e r ip w w > id il: transportation or live clos<

1. . .A pmen otte ■ downtown area. Inquiro at

5 ! S S - “S lS -i

^ « fv lyp. »f 5 I -AM licensed and w

i HKo grave yard and swing t

IR E ..'. • ehlldcaroBnyage.Cill734^

mitv -

n


f f l i p

016 • .__ a i iin it

MmfsTBAIIVE ' ' p o s it io n 'fSlS'l"

.i f f r n = f i '.. w „ " 5 j s ? t '; ? K

;■ » W " " S ' p ° t t c ; s : ' a s '

. B ualnoss in d Induslrlal t ^ o o

- M«naoem«fli .O eoroor-M ol- » «

H «pflfm in.ia«tio.am . . offic

• LAWN MOWING and nowefsi

• : hedge irimffllng.. ahrubbory

wof)L--73««5 momlOB* or .'t :;;::

; » ” ""■•■. S !

: S

-MOWINO, TRIMMIHGl

, ; . [ahBirt{>Jtl{)P0 733-5W _ /

oiSTOM POWER BAKING, C*ll » T ^ '^

^ i w a . - t o ^ w t i m a ^ j a ^ ^ y . - r M i i

kotM a l e w l e d w d '

: ie a>i* f io iro tt» M a w c rw y ~ - - o o r ^

♦ I***- . , • : Q R E

’ ; ' rototilling OAROENS of an v ^ «

■ Sl209. Froo osilmalOB,. C«il remod

; RoQefAndrow8.73 LEGAL and STATISTICAL >oHs‘ ' J

iE B U \

AND

- - - . hsim i Offvtllitj B30=rrr-^r;

ON LINK CONSTRUCTION WTCE BRIC

JIPMENT Including .two wllhacounit

>dl Irallor wllh eloclric M;*®®!,'®''

;o9. comenf inl«or. gas • j^ an o o bs

nr digger, knd nil tooia. _ oedrooma, i

0. G>099 . In excesa ol room. U^rge

WOperyosr; 73Mloeor733.. «fop«sce._ K

I _ . ' — —— ■Osraga twilhj

ICE FOn RENT. 1\^ blocka Covered pal

t .Mam Siroet on Soulh clly Vralor, (

;olninJorome.M4-ewr. lo-water thi

- •_________________ location. £

QUE RESTAURANT, new P.'*''*?*- O'

a . r r - u r . ' S i - S ' s i .

ra-!K 3 0 , K ., . S.UO.

.________• area. New e

'ANOINO SALES Fofco, nc‘. r ,

ell Torrllle Itlnga bonolils, , r f

ling salary lo J)3.000. 3W w . i

ra training prooratn. Sondi d»«h

awe. 10 b5» V T w i n Fallow

sioppu'' .ll-rtimpioyor. ~ ENERGY SA

— __ _ • homo wllh c(

!^lh Im e ^ 'rv ln c j^ d ^ ^ !r ~ bedroorns^ '

TSUlO-Really 733-5136. " - ~dit^ walor.

E A T B A R- A N 0 -

TAURANT In beauliful sun-" ^ PERKINS^

le y . I d a h o . N ow ly NEAR. BlCl

odolod.buBloslbarinlown. houses, shi

' Ine/udos' buJldfn^, Und. ■ fanUstJe fit

res and Hauor license., oneforrente

sldor-aom a—trada;-Calt— -2623or6Unl

ADDISON' A

'FTTABLE VARIETY aloro in ^ m ,^ tc ) a | |,

' ~ - . • TiREDOFLC

M Q mat you can

ile.Phone73a.1533. hiiiii Tfnm j

~ way lhal wl¥

i i 3 A V « n i t l ? 5 S S w i '

lenders. Any amouni. 555 ciNOY

ure capital, business. . uuQt, i^ s t

m erc la l'lo a n s.' poisonsl b«na. 2 1

I .c o n s o lid a te d , con- . diningroom

Upn, first.—e e c o o d -m o f^ "BeWing. rbo

aa. (am) nnch loana. Bank i.fQo doubli

. Privale tund^ P h * o 7?J-- 3 n g » a n ,

.. . . . . T. -i:__ J------------ ■ TWIN FALU

NS for ony .worthwhllo lol. po99lbl«

OBO. Venluro caplial. e«- Kolihloy. 73

Blon. T D 'o. i ^ s i o f n - COUNTRY-

iKlat Con9ulUint9.733-2397. OTIfl.

I ’ II I i j ' r ’ '• SECLUDED

' I M v quiet counti

mllo9 fromT

XX).12.par.canLsecured-by_

I Falla Income property. 536-

- Bujlod^forai

J EY WANTED lor roal esiale- - bedrooms,

stment.- High - rale -of - In-' ,,on 733-2607 or Chuck > la n ce s. Lols

< e a lty 7 3 3 ^ :- . ..w uld-e»peci 1

SAVERI Great starter • I w i T i ^ t n * '

lh c ,y llu m y :.ln ,i,.M

>8. tosomenl. garage. sjosooONOWA

373W 60........................-fam iir«*m H B

BICKEL SCHOOL.- 2 . lod dining aiqi

sharp •condiiion with • »hop. lonco

ftnt. one ror you and iawfoolh Schc

enter. Globe Realty 733- •» sialf* to cl

U n H a y > m a 8 5 0 „

J AVE. EAST, 2oned REALTORS. 73<

^ N - T r i ^ K r

________________.elegant 3 bodr

FLOOKlNGIorahouse, on'sm all oa:

can lit Into? It Is time to acroage, must

md build a houso thal teen sgolruto

-A-house^lhal-feflecfil- ^ l l l t t iaatu o tle

le and needs, which Is. this tremondoi

iLDusliliLniatfiiUtLiiLA^ P a u l a t f

will Ual. Call V ^ V jim - ASSOCIATES

34-7828cvos....^_______ _polnlmont. Yc

DY B ric k ,'4 ~ ^ ro o m . amrtirne*^

laslor k^crobm.-' 2V,

2 flrepUces, formal

» m . lamlly room, den, •

tsndw eokends. V 9 M B M

kLLS very choico corner

'. " ■ g ^ . w i N ‘“r I I m

RV-REALTORS. - 733-

lED HIDE-AWAY In ' COMFORTAI

luntry localion luBl 2W clote-ln Nc

im Twin Falls. Private lot- Botem eni; t

i^wllhT^w ory e o na ^ and poMlbllltiesI'

!a ‘Rambler por'loctly BRICK beout]

)r a growing lamlly. Very 3 bedroom i

r yOung children. 4 - boie m en t, \

(IS. Urgo llvlng/dlnino largayard.S!

4 Bedroom N.

and bar. Owner leaving “ room, lire p

imodistoly. ■ Priced lor heof. doul

alo in tho 40's. Call Country oreo.

i.lR0ally,-73*-51Bi:------------

I DESPERATE. Electric. Fronklln Fir

double garage, family . yard. $29,000

39.000. Aco Realty, 733-

• • ^

. h ..i p « p . c i i 5 , . r : ” 5'" ‘

Urge garago. ^

5. birch doors, cuslom reaeotlon r.

>, localod 1723 Julie corpetlng <

1 the Sawtooth School ponellng. 8a

Call733«S4S. , $37,900. Don

- C M C —ri^— ; 3 Bedroom

.lE. N E. oroa.. Now 3. 0A#r*«tlQn r

n.Jbalha.Jam lly room. |

' - 'repair* ond ■

ISTING ON TALYORI' ot I2B500.

Io S tucco . hom o.2 .

u ond hill basemenl. - • •

ndlng lireplaco, garagb.' , ' ■ .

»tIofl. only t27.500. Call ' ■ ■ #3

asmusson 733-2607.or ■ - M -

oiklnsRoallv73344eo... I

O F F I C E

i734-fiK1 oXvE HAMii

.* ConiUllonioi

- I __llSl.t H. hlill

''YOUR DVW on theae' Forma ond

snd garden. A t' well >"

ta o n d co lv e t.'

COUNl

am lor prodt, $39,500.

Y COLONIAL HOME.

r**v3mrta>T*nKBB^

. O ne ocre lenced. f„|

r A g en t. $42,000. ^reo: lorgi

place, llnl*

I Droka ; 733-4983 - -cowered p<

NelM)nJrrrT-733.9430- -flo ro fle rr-t

m e t___ . . . 733-5864 freet ond

Ro m ............734-7290 II you wont

1 P o tila r.... ^7.03r3? 1B.. J.»»_baVZj*

Mugh'*:-.' :t 33653i53T** ;w c w trb y ^

■ '7 ^ 3 -9 6 '7 ^

^ e v e r g r e e n .

2 8 ^ ' R E M T Y ^ -------------^

^ 7 a * -S 2 0 6

ITJFUL-itm W o_y.,.,..733-9350 . U k W o o d

I C o n n e c .....703^019- Irwin,<

Ihy Kolor. „,7 3 3 -6 B 4 a. chrUAtoftei

• A .y y ise In y e stm e

' -m o rrp w . N o w Is

f in a n c ia l B etternn

f i e - s u r e t h a t y o i

5 ^ 7 ~ ~ j r n i

ECTRIC 3 bdr. tw THREE BEDROOM

■. family room wilh • excollenl condltlor

Ijreplaco. Lovely firopUce. Lovely yar

ip .. many, extras. fo„cod. Pallo oil d

II Gem State Roally jjs.SOO Call G em 'S

' 733-5336.

Nowly.conBtructod THIS CHARMING

jia arirald ln a,.:4 .v -: .-bodroom ..hwnd--?

2-baths, bn 1.4 completely redone i

I pump. Jenn-aire go. .Largo lot and

garago. Southwest; only r appointment. 733- Realty. 733036.

- - r ' BY OWNER: Beau

i SPEOAL. 1260 sq. Uwn.-3'BR brick t

living .room, two end storago bldgs.,

, lull unllnlshod' loalures. on 1 aci

garage, corner loL Drive by 2023 Falla A

) McElfrosh.734-36S0. call 734-5791 altor 6p

y 733-2623. . _ ' _______ l.:______

HE Markol. Prestige Godrooms^^hro ba

laltion T il-L e^. 4^ ,'^,;,“ ";*noltJS w

homo., bu lt-in ap- ^mlly room Ihe selk

jits of exlrw. You Fruit ireos, come

»ci In a Hualily built ^ McEllroah 734-36

tuttfully U ndsc apeq.----- HoiltY'TT*^^*?^------

JOS 73M586. TOWN

jNTRY REALTORS. ONE YEAR OLC

»WAVAi .ABLEAT:^._ - T O k '^ ( ^ " ) ! a w

Tl for graclouB living. tonco Prolossio

,2bam .2fIroplacoB.. !^8um*W

ncod back- yard. osUlo commission.

School Districl. S49^tso. 734JaaSe»«

SAMLLHOllSEfP,

NG ASSOCIATES foctenanrnousii^r'

5,734-4875anyllmo. a ^ y o u move. 713-

0Kr*mW8. p ^perty - T 'T .:— r . 'r 'r —

I want value, comfort __________ •

nfnrevm ont:—^Thl#------------------------------

bodrocm brick hom o............. T R U ST Si

oasy to caro-. lor . . . .

nusl bo soon. And

Ho.toslIy.aoproclMo, -rjn ^ ; -|

ndou B ^ ^ y . ^ .C ^ m ent*

ES loday lor ap- 6:00 PM ond w »

Youll a lw y s-b o . _734-2280 during

d|d. Phone 754^875 For further aoletlr

................................... Of 10 tubm it olfi

JM'homo by ownor. the Trutt Dept,, ‘

ent, air conditioning. Bonk i TrutI Co..

Je-S chool -Otstrtct:------• j(in 4 4 -O R " c o r

«728. Reoltor. '

n P & I '

TABLE o ld -h o m e . - -

N orth secllon.

It; g o rtig a . O ood

L**Jor» ? .5J0 0 . .CQUNTRY_UV‘lNC

wuty, top k>eclion. edge of town, b i

« m s. i'A b o th s. ploeei. 4 bedro

II, g o ro g e. potlo, botem ent.cn 4 «

i.$58AOO......... - room for only $45J

T» te rth e o tt. fomlly FOR $27,000. y<

m p fB c w T ite m lc — -* h o f^ f« B > ^ a i4

double - g arage.

r^ '$ 5 5 '0 0 0 . ■ ------ re,offrond-uilllfy.

Bedroom- Brick. ond free

000

-AFTER HOURS:

= = = = = = = = ------- H orleyM otherar^

W H A T • JotkB Ithop.........

W E O R T J ; | =

PACEI Thi* detir- • .............. •'

ie 'h b t 5 bedroom t

oth*. iluge 12x28 ' ^

n room v^th new *

g o n 3 ~ b e au iU u I f j O C j

. Borgoin priced ot / / t t T A * !

Don’tw o ltl T <

>m home In Filer.

in room ond den.

uf. M eedi - tom e

md cIeon-«p. L ilted. • 1 ^ 1 .

10.

R e a l t y 733-53

□E 7 3 3 -4 0 7 9 j„, ,k.

,MLETT, SROkER thot new fomlly c

m o n d ....................... — w hote kld* ore

r ___ . . . 733-4(T70 . bedroom. 1 both,

l-UluilER ' • A l l newly deco

nd...........................- cleon. cleon. eleor

. . . . . . . . >33-8633T Older home *pec

___________________ 4 bdr. dn welt loci

lot. Included-

INTRYHOME-

roxlmotely 2 ocret , ‘ •

by owner, lovely '

g t e "

InUhed b o ie m en t. p * , ^ u w ‘ ‘

I-p a tio , .h o p -o n d

— ( M t l u r e ^ r u l t - Phil l?ernin|.. .^ .. .

nd beautiful yord. -------- r - ------^

onl country living ot FEELING uRi

■■ftCROVvi

living room i Co

kitchen, lorge fc

..or grvne roorn,.

• ' level and oul

- $48,150.00. ■

- j ?l a n m e o .t q

|4 > M ll L M n ! l ig M Builders own hoi

---------------.. . _ . -rtfom c3-bolhirti

"Jl««*ra» rea lty - rodm . w ith r e *

loel p. gray, b ro k er ‘’| , v. |. '* ex

^ t « a rea. $58.aoo,ot

i o D a » A . i » W - - S f A O O g K

I.-3 l»edroom-lH>me.-.. H O M

T:sfrgofb® e7:;i946“

.nu^Eost.->29.800; - .o n one level wllh

,• uriei.onyone

home on lorge lot.

goroge. $65,500. -

--------- KEEP A HORSE on thi

r c ' u u • ^ ^

^ home. car gorcgo

. t y - ' " u l . m : ' " ’" - ' " ' "

:•* North . N E E p - ^ M ? 4 b<

t " . home, well Iniulota

JO, ^a*-yourBtJ«iej

: _ loy with olllfle lender lovi

If j «?iar ^ ------- - m w n tr-ly rg e -k it^ e n r-II

--------ptoce.-Room lo-build » le i

’,..1 11,1' eofden. Colt Shiri

$43.000.00..:

S m a l l T o w n

m home; .......... . i W o g l c

------- N M fW d Cleon deicribe

ol stroel.| - |h ii 3 bedroom hpme-

close tol b e o u tlliir M agic V olk

Ih o rr. P'***''*’ I® *" «'

I Sharp., ahrub*. lorge rooms provli

-more thon 1300 iq .lt . Ilvli

A a re a. Convenient *loro!

- —th e d -* - c o rp o r t. Schoc

M l - f r . : . : neprby.$33,500. “

Contact - lo u ite Wo

i33-5251.

7 3 3 .3 6 6 2

2 4 h o u r s e r v ic e

r 'wEtLFIHDYOUA H O H E ^'____

K-HOWARD &

nCIATES BEALTOHS ~

i v V l f V I I i v I t W l a i T V I l V ^

. E S S t R A D I T l O N A t "

lory'tutlom bulh home lor Ihe dltcrlmlnoil

lihrlngroom .-- . • ..r-

>i5room (22'K U ')w tthboth— -'—

both*

lent kitchen

’decorated

^ S 7 , n n n

) S A d d i s o n A V E . E A S T

- B r e k J r ~ A iireyrtow ord . .733-W

'■ ^ 3 3 3 0 8 0 . CorlettaCo*......... 7M-20.

734-3333 MaKiln'Mc r : /

! d

- ^ s i d e ; g l a n c e s - - “

reef, - ; 0 ^ | ) f

For / / JN

the . . l / f

FolU ' •-■'•-T'l.. “ M m

1722 r w ' J f l f l r

r i I I

. ■

--------- B tw>t »■». n .T y .^ 1 - * * —---------

- _ i _ l M a r c l^ o u - o a n ' t

,n ,i„ .................. 80 m u c h in com m 'c

r sep- _ _ _ *

ittota

iner*. ■

i_thl». ■"

rn -

e on

U4317

1-8132------

1-3937

1.9017

^3771

M06S_

t f — ^------ C em -S tale-lleolty-B ronch^

/ .Olllce I* proud to onnounce

9 ' lhea*tociolionolR oyA bun-

^ ___, dll Jr. lo our-soles-sloH. He

I* tpeclollxing In m identlol

^ of your Real Ettote n ee^ .'

d e « d . • t ontik l ftuy unytlm r-qt-the-

loving- ' office,733-3674 o r 734-4065

* ^ 1^ evening!.____............................

rh S IS J' B l i s n n i w r » i K

‘_^_ :___ ■

FOR SALE TO BE MOVED frame

tl building 16 x 8' Closo lo Twin

Falla. Only $300.00 only $4.00 .

eouaro foot. Tolophono 326-

ribeet '

J’? , ' ■ W ACRE-snd-W acre'fota for-

aiiey. „ io , near Filer, walor. ole. Wo

n ond will tjultd to youf noeda. Call ’

rovide Davo 734-5666. or 326-4622.

JlnnS TWO BEDROOM older houso lor

.M loInFIIof^'PrlcodlojoiI.Call.,

•f*ool« 0,^0 J, 734.5BC6. or 326^822.

Word-' - -

• • Attractive Hl-iovol homo In East

socilon of Joromo. 3 bd(„'2

baths, family room, dlnjf^

roop.-bullt in-vacuum systom.'

'ICE ' appllancos and broaklaai bar in

tho kitchen. Ullllty room, double

• car

.Call Oom SUIO Roally 733-5336.

C om lorlablo two-bodroom

homo In Joromo. Excollont

- . . -condiiion, U tgo lencod ysrd

Good iSMlion. $21,500 Call Gom

SUIo Rcally 733-5336.________

__ ___Small two t ^ ry m homo in

-bcxQmclBlcd.5wn, $16.000 Call

I .OomSufoRcally73^53M.

t FOR SALE; yoar around homoln

-----------Sawtooth Valley-on oxtn targe

llmborod lol wllh view ol

■; SawtoOtti" Mtv: Home—hae-

bosomonl, 3 bedrooms and ts

C»; ,, ■.roady to move Into. Call 77^

^ SALE V bed^«i)m ..JioWff'

S e t t ■3*oB«flTixcaptTtMtn8“ r»*-to:

B B Rem oved. Best offer, CalTW-

% Jor«J7-«e9a. • . • .

• approx im ately 26 aeros,

' older 3 bedroom home, Mur-

S ^ H Uugh area. Call Thorno Really,

. fiaa-2o n of.432-52fli.___

ideal vacatio n homo. cleaM

“ b ed ib o n n w m e in Falrllold.

, ;— . eomo -lurnllure - $16,000.00,-

L Stockmen’s Roally, 600 S.

Lincoln. Jeronw, 324-4645, 324-

r*’" '’® 5735.32^2734,324^440. :

- -LOveLYNEWERihfoabfldraom,

homo In Jerome.. Carousel

Jiicplacfl in.aunkorUltlng.room-

.. rtlftlBhediaaomonl lamilyJOOBU

storage shed. l e i ^ . yard,

range, wMhar siKl dwer. Must

eee to sppracUte. SN,500. 324r

.. ... .6819.

FREE HOT w a ter! Hosts "ihTs

bbautllul "Q U is Houso." 2600

............ - « q a a n rT f l! iF ^ iF T i« n B iv r

aconlc vIAw ol Snake River.

BARNES REALTY '1043 Blue

__ _Ukos,Blv(Uiod,ioomT

bath homo, a comploto' studio

M oao* sparlment wllh private .on-

m n t ' franco, aero plus. Undscaped

♦ • 'P '' yard In Hulon Meadows. BW por

■ ■ ■ ■ cent J73.000,726-3438.------r—

Thii;sday. May 5,1977 TImi

’ at* O . . . a

Mjy'yyTm^" ~ ~ '. - - J :

'S ''- ''

— -by G i i F ^ t ^

1 t o g ^ e r l " ________ _________

? IN JEROME, Two bedroom'

I h w n ^ h |y*'»X g9;^yd thW . .

pomp, t v ^ a r g a ^

- yard. Can assume present loan - —-

ore5%tlnanclngavsIlaWe. Must

SM loapprecUte.32448n - - r v -

BY OWNER •> Gbod E o M ^ .S .

locsuon. In Jefome. cornpWety «

. ramodelod. 2 bedroom.houae

on 1W tou. Large oarage and -

^ p ^ w e a . $1»4ao. 734*19 oc -

THREE BEDROOM h o m e ~ h 1 ' '-

- H azelton; B a se m e n l-a n d rf--------

gsrer733A6. ■■ ■ ' ^

- RMCH IN TOWN: Rustic, large. "

■two bedroom. Iwo bath hon»on-,.7

3Mt acres. Dlnl«>g room, (amlly

room, efeclrle heal, Iwo


i i "

■ ^ T lm esiN ew S y T w ln FaHa.

I M

i v K f f T B l B r D e iir o r C m ..

[ 0 0 .000(town wtti buy. aSMOtt.

?'pflWATE PARTY WAKT8 to b u /

• otdtr incomo . ' praporty,

' •— • 0* eoodllkKt. 73J-

klLZ :::-lW MeN_VOUR.-CHILDJ=rEK:

' -outorowthelrbtbyrurnliurairwl

-^u^»«OOOdllmoloplMOlt(orsatB

• ; In ll»^m e»+Jow » CUssHloT

.-.W flfop. ..

I ;W; fm tbidB

i ^ M E , eo ten t, 84 shaios

, | ^ h « v y , o l l ; A « R « l . y .

*■■■ 8^ ' OWNER; K aero (arm.

. scenic clovgr aroa ' with

I____

’ ■ ■■•"b*arbom hom* and ouosi

--------- :— f»tf*e:-Ar>tf#rK»n-lna«Ja«*d-

V yw oO T tftnwQtewt. Two car •

“ ”””

• ■ and new a h « ^ bam aiool

. corrala. Land Uys well wllh a -

^ • , . V w d prodocUort roeord: Must

^ A S S 0 a A T C S ^ . 4 K S °

W ltf!?Iw droom .liD rno.pU a....

^ ^ tsSSjo*^

'NeMLTT7U4Z17. _ J— ^ ___

Q ^no por acre. Owner73««762.

e r 4 2 j ^ , , _ __

■ « UIAUT TO RENT barn corrala

—- — ____

- . W : to e . D«w *oO.

''s a « % r * r s f f i i S

^A w clatea 73MB78 enyilme. _

. '■ i n 'A S tbV 3 b0*DOffl homo',

„ M ahares water wHI irado for

-■ - S G r ^ o . . tlOO.000. FaUtmart

^Mors.733-1fiBB.

■» 4tf'VAcnE~tarm" wllh' modern -

hwiMwl|hbath.438-40T2B L jc ic a _ J n _

enoshono area . can msho

•emebrttf an oxcolloni rolurn on

(nraatmenl. Only 107.000 wllh

excellent terms available. Coll

— ' - John tor deuiia'and’aftowlno.''

__________ MARKEHNQASSOCIATES.734..

^ a n y llm o . -_____________ _

'ZW ACRES: S o v th m l of* '

Folli. dM p toll, large

loy* - oo© ^

_ J S l i

. - aod’ o lh a r ImproVemants,'

“ z r i Z Y « « : « W m - c o r n ^ d l f a r_

— *uch-o fam vfor »oI«.=Wa

-----------------InvMe yoor Im m a d lo te -

flftH’nr- ' -

- - ^ - A M L E E t i

j n R ealty

— - ‘- < S F F i e E - 7 3 3 = « | 7 9 -

, .'-1)AVEHAMinT, BROKER

CofiiuKontond.............

Apf>nil»«r............. 733-4079.

. . USlEH.FULtMEft '

.Form* and

; . :;3J00.A ct»i.:726,.lrrlooied.

remolndM- hond. IlnM. 66'

UM rlQhft. Priced to

^ lo llS O O A O a

364'ACRES Jwome Covnty.

-------------------325TJrr.“ 29T- thoro* NS“

- ■------ ^rvrw arrihom erm odarrrbui—

nbl (oncy. Coll Cori 32*-

- - 8046.

UNBEATADIE COM&INA...

tlon: Exc. 6 badroom home.

--------------------a lac ^h a o l. firaploce. 185

-------------------- lrr.-ocr*irt351H ora»\«aiir"

' . Hu* Mp woll. 4 tide wolk

— --------------------------- thru 'b om r'groilO fyr'-illo.—

$2S0m C allB lU 334-42l3.

NEW LISTING: 140 oc. Good-

-------------- :----- liig-CtyrOoopW II. 9 tcw or ■

■ ■ ■ - • • ’ a lectrloQlQr-phfQt.Jjood.pQ----

• . foto Broond. Coll Joe 324-

''TT.'T" c o ^ w t^ . 'J llraplocei,

. - . •"full fin. b m e ^ t . Double

. ••:« « 4 4 5 2 5 .$ 6 5 W ).

3 J ACRES. 9 bedmom home.

---------

• , p»u* boaemanr, o lotilor'

. . • -'M tateforS 9S .000.

T :r .,J S a M U A C R ^ E neor 90II '

. . v e ^ r a e , .w ell Jendtcoped,

•'^crQe-■dln^^8 / T

, : j ’"1.^15B>en.-Fit».M Iraai. gbrden. -

• ;.« 7 .X ' . M eM Bacioee ,

> ; . “ . lISTINOSCTVfCE

; . t o i r l « . ...........:.3 J4 J3 2 5

f f • -_m - T n n l b m : -i

n- ' goo d so ooos. SW ol Wendell g

■ Irrloallon won. pump# approx. 5

900 oal. por mlnule. Second f,

ly yoor In spud*, oood 3 bodroom . „

y. houM 9,latoo24ii368hop.tarn ,

3- and cotrols. only J125.000. Call „

. _QemSUiloRoally73}-5238. ff.'mosn^

paaluro wlin 2 bodroom . t 't

. romodolod homo, somo com- '

. morcUirrontogoonHiahwayB3.. (To

. Globo Roally. 733-2023 or SUn ^

Hayo 734-2559. -

BY OWNER. 32 acres, nico vIowT* 2?J

water sturos. cemeni dilch.

stream, rwar Quhl. torms. Call =


2 duplex lot*. NoriKSasi'aioa;------ on

Realtor owned. 734^832. rei

■- LARQE-THRgE-twdroom-homo -- ' S

In the country juat reduced by ! z

I tSOOO. Two acres of land, owner DU:

transforrod. Make ofler. Oorlif / auli

Laxaros. 733-8SS8. Town and ^

I Co»nlQ'-RMH0716.

5 acros or more close lo But)l. ‘ we

' Pick your own building'slto. ad<

' John Tolk 326-S241. Town and Ok

CounlryReallors733d Easilarjirjtv ;J g

..floauHlulvlow,-73W792,— - ^ {«0

L l _ 5 i.S JM E ; 5 a«fO» miles-

south F,lor, P»iono320-5(»7,' T ^

t ‘ •

6. Idaho T hufK lay.M ay5;1977 —

m t e

- m - ----------

BEAl/TIFUU spacloua' hbm eln. '’JJS'

Skyline acres subdivision, 5®“ '

roTKOd for horses, home has'. ^

many special (oatures such as P*r>

se co n d kltcheri, c e n tra l ~

vacuum, heal pump, air corv OOJJ

dlllortlng. 3 bodroom# bn 'main .

floor,voum usiaeethlstw m eio

-knowhoworeatllls.Bll*flalphar- - ^ 3-^

.73M0Z3, Town and Coiinlry

.Raalloni73M7ia. ’ ■ ^

- • - I

HAVE ONE ACRE In Buhl city bedr

lim its.. Only S7050. O ene Mual

Hopkins, SCMOtS, Town and after

CountrvReallorsTSMTl", «on,

1 ACRE, 3 bodroom, b a so ri^ l 1 ^ .,

homo. Carpeted, has huge ^

flroplaco, largo a ttac h ed

garago. Underground ullllllos.-

(>r1clnninoor>t)ovirDrt)urid with *' TOP -

daylloht windows.- West End o 'o rl

Roally, 130 South Broadway, Trelle

phono6434409,Buhl. BRO

•HAVH' UNb'nm u lil ' Ouhl uiiy— 4 S S 1

limits.^ ° “ jlS

LOT FOR SALE by ownorJSO x

10e,734«40. ------- 'o S ;

t>RGE DUPLEX LOT. Nor> trallei

thwost, $8650.00.734«78, f/t.TX

FOOTHILLS HIDE-A-WAY. . 25 ■ r o n “

acres wllh large 0 bedrooms. 2 i4x70*

balh home, lovely matured trees dowi,

ehade larvlscjped private • roar— 324.60:

yard. Frull trees, berries and • •

garden. Presently In hay and DOUB

t>eans..,Loi Paul show you this bedro

outsunding proporiy lo a ay r" -an a -i

MARKBtNQASs5ctATES.734-. _ .4563.::

«8rSanytimo. _ j - • J s s -

— ------* ............. ........197B -

4.7 ACRES,41,SS0peracn>. Also bedr'c

.1 acre. S3,000. tfcbllo Homos Oarbai

owned. Handy Realty. Jerom e; fnTral

-3!44353-or-Ofck-Gfe90ry.-324— ;UI^O

3 BEDROOM. tVt balh home on

3BCroa with live stream, atorage S r 2

Shed, fruit trees and garden. By S J !

Oymorl64.000.7»Jantlorial«erT k;e-R eadyto MOBIl

g o t •m jw .io : I » N R ttL Jwlro

JEOTATE CO., Jofume. Uafto roOm-

AFTER HOUflS;.324. 2 1 1 '

^«DT»WD80.T3*-7W:^^------—f - - 2 ^

LARGE commercial bulUIng for ■ ■ 7

sale-to be-m oved.-X'-K 64'.-- K m

S8.C00. BARNES REALTY 1043

■8twrtikByBn«rTta. 3 4 4 ._ ^ C S l i

.S ftciian_3iQ ^ u n n yaIopo.—K S

tiunsol M6fBWai Paik. In .lew

of stream tttd monumenl. Will MOBtl

selt together or separately. $300 ,

oach. Call colleci, 670-5347, Las J ^ t t

Vegas, Nevada.

10^ ^ " S

'^ L e . modest 3 room ^ufnij

tiM fra n -w B U k 5e- of~w ^ ic ~ ■wirto

U ke Resevolr. New carpet and S3»«S

palnt-lnakle CepU c-lartk-and'- ^

drain lines for bathroom. 340-

5719, Raft River. • P«'>o

‘ - - extra

RIVER FRONT lot for sale al 1187.

Murpjy-a Hot Spring*. 734^04-

after 9._________________________ uq^ ,

- • ______________ *2500

.YOUR_OWNPBlVATEBlg..Sky.. ^

OoroeouB slto. 5* mlloa Irom r,

FalrfSkl, 200 yards Irom ski llll.'

5.6‘acrea, live stream running

through property small fores) on 1973 □

• - ■ 'cL^h

n«72 NASHUA 12x60 wtth tipout. 70 Gc

akcondKlonod..skirted, setup. No

. funMhod, iMahar and dryer. Local

.1873 OL£ N B ^ 1^i -bath. 2 «'«■

, bedrO^,*- -sT T s

n Mobile - Home,--an -2 ^

iElect/K M70 down, 8130 per vaiio^

■-month for 120 months. Hacienda j n j i-

{HorifcsTB-TM.- ^ ..... r,

: jv * KIT com panion; dupiex.-S' ‘ lurnii

^ .S « n a l a V r it lc o 7 |t « 4 7 .- - , «950

NEW 1978 SAHARA 14 » 70 3 12 X 20;

bedroom. 2 bath,.garden win- addition.

S.%r,')S5Sr'

areclate, Available Jurie.l. Lazy. ..

I.l.Ranch-:^hown^by_ap w 1

J^ntmont. 7 3 4 W . Alter 8:00 ^

14” X 70, 1978 VAN DYKE. 3’ — B

>edn»om, $14,700. Many, exlras.

ktuat see to appreciate. Seo

974 SUBURBAN 2 4 .X 80, 4 T h f e * .

r a . i s t T 'S i . F s r

8 t,5 0 0 0 ;« « e 9 . ■ ■ , ■ ft. lo t. <

o^i I ' cashV p a id - f o r - -^ -

or 10 or 12 wkles, also Trave< .r o o m ,

railers and Ptckup Camprrrs. ' p l a c e ,

iR O C K M A N -S M O B IL E . • '

or-Vtrgll. - --------j | p

LEAN, new carpel.-18-fl;' W

slier. See at 146 Addison Ave. ________

f.733:«841.- . . I N KIMBI

3fl SA U ; .1978 Broadmore ' '

1x70* mobile home. Sman

payments, call jHREE B£i

♦ w o a n e rs . • acresrthre

^ B L E WIDE 28 x 60. 3* SSk* ^

Kfroom. 2 balhs. for ^ u l i y . Riohtiekfar

— ------------- • *135 per r

I7B-CHAMPION, 14 * 70, a AvonuoWe

sdroom, air condlMoner.' ZpaPTMpi

„ r r ir* '* *“”’i*hod <

■ iaM M II« T i» S S S a in « S S ~ spot.N ope

1 iMH irtviM Referonces

■ ' ________Call 734^1

S C if r m

droom*. *3850. Caft 78MS73 llroplaco,»

7B8-3S6. • nut Iroos.

_________________________ out bulldir

ARLETTE MOBILE Home 8hop.2V4n

itchum aroa. 12 x 65 with? x 14 Call lor app

pandod IMng room. Carpeted 2 BEDRC

Id appliances. 7260880. . ~ ^ o u ll. m

.OSE OUT SALE, you must deposit. Cl

« lh la ono.only..ieeo.6q{ool._ . 0831 days.

177 G roat L akes, throo 3 BEDRC

«Jroom, two balh kMdod with ningo. rolrl

itras, priced at dealer coal.- ,

losed-Saturdaya,-open-Sutt ;

•BEDROOM-ftOCKET-Moblle-

lO T ^ $ 3i00.'Good condition. T T } 5 5 i5

BROADMORE 14r70,4lUh.____

»eher.-dl3poo8t.-buHi*trna^(r-----

*0 bedroom.-exof^ionratj'spe:-----

JO to appreciate w'Catl*734. n EVV air (

lEED A HOME or im«slment? 'S w tttO T T

^ h salo, you save on 197714 x V . - - - -

0 Governor, Soo and compare.

lo quolo by tolophono.

.ocatlonexcollentJ33-t870.---------

~BEOROOM.-MBrleite mobile

ome, partly furnished. Price FUfMISHi

9dueed'$1600. For Immediate . r ^ r M t A

alo, Call Nadine Koepnick. 733.

397_ f ib p - a n d :f r u ir — ^ .

r o u t d o o r firo * '*

, 'm a n y e x t r a s . . . . .______ ’ ...

E lt R i...

4zo^4j5j

8892.

h n . t W n . l K t t CLEAN, U ftO

r»apet8.$90a monlh. . VERY CLEAN

- l l l l -------------------- room, private I

eOROOM house on 3 u tlim s paW. f!

roo’on a-sWo herrlng-------------*

n, pipeline and txilli CLEAN. LAR<

od corrals.- 487-2435. N ew ca/petan

am - ■ . etectrteity.W

w ic bodrootn’ ruwM.— - ~ ~

month. -50 Addison

/%.ii _ .carpetod ano.

^ h y ^ D . p o . 1 1 .

’S 'S l« S S S.” S nT bI droc

^ S J 5 S S

i**'^uso.' aR**camotedi” 2 bodroom t

lurnlshed. Call 73*So8

os. ^ p e s , fenced appliances, a

pots. 733.73*1. S o . Call 73361

3 FOR COUPLE lo rent n .r H C in n ' A

m house, unfurnished,

cioanlng doposli. 734. 5 « i , . K h «

4182.

ENT; Fenced In 3 • - .—

1 homo. Qood location. ONE OR TWO

Phone 733^058 after 5 Slovo and r

■ ■_______ -________petod. Largt

OOM HOME-In Twin'

“-V!5=aa2 d -3 -b ed ro o ^- ^ C E L L E N T IC

re r>ow avalUbto In downtown mafai a

« tod Townhouse square (ee t N^wfy

M tudngarocraanon decorated. Alt new 1

on site laundry conditioning-.syst

7W.J1oybum..Ea8t bfffco.spece^P.OO

_ foot annual ronta:

-------Fautkner,733-1S06.

iSING, now Iwo ■ »

ur plox apartmonla. f w C E Ofl f tE U T

, air condlttonod, 'rent: up to 4 1 0 ^ 3 3 4 :4 9 2 3 ..

Vl HORSEPOWER m(

• jwrnp \

------ ...JT- eUYtNa.-Telllnortr*

OMRN— ,

a n m e n i - , tractor, 10 horsop<

I t v i n a . ' hydraulic llll. 1972 rr

Aj> I. , i i ' ,,„ • „ ./ ' mower and swbo

cu m v iiin g 'to o ijra i

■Tfi**i*tar-viim»ee— w a-TfflQ- —~ -

■ n o n c e * ' '

K ,dI*poaoi,refrtS ^ SKIRTING. FOR mobi

floe..F rem 1145/ ItSO pqr running fool

d K r - r i o c o t l W r - p w 'W e Hacienda H

a C r* v le A p fa .,^ W ; . I . ; .

CORRUGATED STI

I s - 3 26-346C .-- - - rtahrvlied,-6''— H

12" — $2.0(

I I......• I. I 'i "r.- , ULLMAN CONSTRU

' m n H M liMaison Avenue Wei

~- h o k y c a r pe t s w

D-KiTCHENETTE^ « D t m i n r ~ o « i m

^orperweek-.7!il{|'., itsp/dellvery. 73^

•ROOMr-CTojFW-r bF F iT rE — r o m !

anco. -Pfione 734~‘- -iwarehou'so sa lo rd i

.1_________ . ____ .e«binols..chalrai.6tc.

•JlSHEDROOMSfor

weok..Reasonsblo... ^ * ' 5 * “®'“^ ''* ' ”

THE PEG

3 L in e s - 1 (

Call an Ad-Visa

. ________________

l @ . " i

■ K B B ). ito a m r n

t.- V a h t t o TUHH

» 0 . ' . -4br hbmes mtaixn a Ib

'^Iw H ulSouS

bodrbom partly i- . —

r»nth.326667jf .TWO lADERS and.a^

____________ ___pjn. HUL »*ew, r«17 i

n e w e r 2 c an .

xatkm In Filer,

rt6hlhr733459tT JVOT ( M i f

o r t ^ . ' ■dpfiwoes. I h tn o ir w

inma you—no__

tl& m w xr

-------■________ . vofvet patchwork sprea

I^PACE f o r ;

n e e ***««■!*« BRUNSWICK AND DELM

Loadir>odock8.- • * * • « > “«

Security alarm' 'h odiey.'toortall. Serv

trflreproioctton m a ^ .C ^ e v e n l n g a j

cod o u tsid e .oclock.JamosOark.733

I or without — > • -________

ihouso spaco I USED FREE STANDING

e knmedMely. fkvploce for ta le. 32

WrMeRO.Bo* l o f t e r a . .......................

W y t K i l .

; FOR-RE^^T. 2 2 2 iP c ? ^ - ! E P 2

so.- can J e l l - - <

Ills. Realty 733- ‘

I nfTATinu

ow heel and air

lyatem . Ideal' ■ ■ □ ■ M U M A i r f i

r u T c a ^ - ^ r ^ ^

16.

y I, i';..}i. MtiFRERS instaned wl

I«nll. Comptete muffler

0 S ( ^ toet Indudirtg custom duals

40r734-C01. . and pickupe AB80TTJ

-------------------.* jS yP«.Y . 305 Shosho

;E :_ExcellanU - s S lh .____ • _ ......

ynwood.M alL-l_ , --------

immediate o c for E. C

------------ like new. 16 It. Alumlnur

FW E or amy^ Van wilh hydraulic I

r.?®° “ JiJl-Z ® - -ra m p ^ M ak e -^ far— 5

West. 3 targe evonlngs Or weekends.

iW6, air con- - - - ? .......;

J prool room, RIDING LAWN MOW

od. Phono. 733- hor8epower.-24'-cut,-2

enlngs. - ■ oJd.*2M .»4-2ra,.

plus 2900 m It FOR SALE; T%»o unit dtcu

w a It. Iroiior 22} In excellent condlllor

doors. 9 truck

o “ Fo?'doU il^ MOTHER S DAY CHOCC

1-601-9^4W’ ^ «

i-oui-»«j^*uu, C hoose your

i!!li_________ assortment ol spocially

Ml commercial* candles. Free delivery I

>1. 213 4lh. Ave. Falls. FREDERICKSON'

InlormatkMi call CREAM AND CANDIES,:

St. E.. 733.7624,

esDace Iro o m ' VWITC SEWINQ machin

IO.Call7334981. ^Ig lag. *100.5434805,

FOR SALE: good

, I .coveralls a n s lM s all

E A S H ----------- '*4,OOoaefr50T7naTTOBIQl

C om m ercial poR SALE; Complelo p

lia b le Im- woldinn unit, lOM

l ^ 5 - ^ D a f • - ^ -O h-pvrbT erriol^hoV

W, -lee*er vHII custom bed wim toni

nor to TlKlng— Mllle Tral l ^ g S T w o

or downtown AC/DC welder with

T toll._. Cp*y frequency, complete

ic l'th e 'T ru * !'^ .Oflva. Paul, 4384871. -

., 733.1722, Kennwre washor and

.. camping relrlgeralor run*

------------ --------- ofOfc 5434118.- ------

■ A iM t t e tal* VMNTED, ronlor lor ver

. two bedroom apartment.

Mino rncohine*, carpeled and drapoc

‘T fee 'd ie cro ll" ■oloelrie7"*215r-Warei

v e n ” 'w e .! : Mnlljtlon Provided. 734-2:

25- . . / KITCHEN AIDE- K HA I

r-rrT T T rrrr, duty mixer and broad kni

R motor and lot ^ , 5, MOTHER

.. . ' BARD'a Food and Mill She

rtrading-et-The- -EaaUao0565.--------

1 M ftlnlY9^£.._ -FOHBALEteilroslarmuftl

-homea and 1 aluminum

floor oxpanda6To type' 423

sopowor * wllh ‘ 3 NCR cash ro s te rs . All

r2 ? n ^e l, wllh • »

woopor, and • w H . 6554282.________

*X lll-> n9f-6r' TRU TEST lawn mower.

— .... .............. -hdrsepowor; Very', good

nobllo home*-"

fool tlnancina-' ^ N 'T merely brighlon

, - ' pooer. Krengels,

STEEL PIPE. SAW SHARPENING E

m e n t fo r hand s

c r c l e saw s, and (

TRUCnON CO. SAWS, AND SEniNG T(

ZSSi-— _ — All new.Foley machlnor)

SW ^PER^for ........—

■ r^»e


...... _____________ _____________

;ii

'^^DBESSES. tU e M. IMOO luili i i

« m~tn— Woctt o n ' ui

M M taM ft.euytndM a. ' m

- — g

------V S ^ Qtnn..Akpbrt.Reiid.-7»— 1 -

' ; ^ ‘k £ S ^ s .' »

■ m ^ w h o n o North In Tw(n .._

NEW'J-1" Gw kJ W m . Bx? i

a W g^lty.M ,O O O w ddow n. | g

WANTCD: Oood, uMd upright '

i«»nb?3«851 . “ FO

^ : - „ _ W i . T Y . I S I n i _ ^

, n C O FOR SALE - MvanU ??,'

O o to h Amp.. Manntz 500

C n««U O odi,3JBLM onllore,

. » -C flm ln -V to » .S p B « k o f« .-. !?'»'

---------— a c n»W' e U «*. AKO~W[W>~— S i

: - M y o n e IXfT - ID AM/FM

—- . . TBfi>n TiuMf, • inn »««Art«H tflf.

—■ ■-■-. upw: liauuii d mtnuxl Him f Mo m>ll__ E n ]

■■■

tnuf s w

--- §s®

cg:»»a.C ouriefOadU torAM -

S m ^S )iM SO, VFO PbI 351 " '

--------- UNMr.-^M00(irMisr '4 ’ HwivM,' • ^

- r^.nienm rlM 0.73M 27S .. ^

FOR 8AL£: SM« Band CB ' & a

Radio, antonna. and coax. Uko SWf

iWW.!C23-«076. Twir

"V** ^^^i h h ^^i i h h i

_____:;CQimAL.M;WUfi£. atiro,«jW7W. . . n I

iM*->eALE: C«rtllfi»^ V.T. 6413

' !S M » M d |M tatO M ;8 l« r« co - ;

.. ij^ w g rdan. Ptwne

• YIRW'TESTED n rtllled s e ^ ^

BqWAP POUIO sacks, a"?. Cow

______ p i a g a M y J ^ u s e d o n c a ^ — - « M

, . - •----- --------------- IV W

r o w i in te a s r W f o r lO d a y s , g ^

j to S c i m m « d * a « c f ^ i ^ P ^ “ “ “ W

-------— ^ j T O T w a n v T n u i n r T S F - ^

— | i | | j | j | B n m Q i -

HOF

^biSlLAQE 8Md Cbm iM orthru^ (eoe

INEXPENSIVE le ed , i l r »

ffltaed wllh anaHa. esc pof bale.-

. 8!^poton.»»«4a. . ' .CTT

. , ^ W BIl^E Jw nlm L88fcZZ ^

•? i £ ^ : - . - r - - - :--------- r ; : , - . -p ah

aUOElHAUUNO, .Ptione SO- —

• ^ y j a ^ .U o > C u a > o m > . PUj

'S b ^ U G X m , WILL BOOM ' .

LSAa>AlaobooMSforaal#.4»- __

• • . .......... - LA!

.ftart«yorWhea>8lfaw3Z«-2B47. ^

' piUi

. aU-Kaa of tlay. M 6 * « n « » ^ '

' '« n i . , n , t s i « i t r a

•*’■■• BCA-odorod TV. Qood • j p .- '"

«^lllonrfl1SS : C a r v e r V a r “ 2 1 ^ ?

a j^ B L S h O w ,1^.73^4000. S.00^1

f r SEARS COLOR ’ a i a ! '"

UI»le. Rocondiiloned ^ d . bupJ i

iSS

i^raTOTraSflSss; SfSS

»i3i.50. 90 day oxctianao tfoor. no

W f7"'ytenn«. Mol Ouaie’#. Mdguan

!> » ^imtwity.Boifl.' ' ■•■■I'j j . r r t r ■nii.-V -

gNfTH siereo and phono. 734. mSHWA

------------------- L _ _ ------.HOOMdjlj

---------- ---------- ----------------- Calns7»

G O O D ^JSH >--------------- JO'^-Frtgi

H i

. »l98.75lo»295.47 2 2 - » •

lEEAT: ■ ■ .

.TWIN FA LLS- ------------

^ SALE. M m . yireHboloo ^ l l l l S .

f Qo«> eonditfon, ^

^lS4MW7. auhl. , RENT TO

EARLY N ow P t l l l c o ~ m S w ? ro

ifrlgeralor; couch, rocllner.

kJIo, largo brjidod rvo#. ond

iblos. U m pt and othor '^” '9 ,? * '”.

J»coll«nooue,C«ll 7 3 3 ^ ...„ - _ . 1

OUCH AND R o i ^ g l m ^ . '

waJ prftvl. altw la rt^c h y /an d

w i n D iiu tU j.jp i)cq i, ycorold!^

tnogcm.io .r w » W . .

f o n SAU

ibborbK h.ruw ^candy.n.99 t150. Soo

J.yaid. Cains 733-7J11. betwoonfi

^ Kw.Hj^cama ~ ^ ^

i i ^ l o v o s o a i a n d ^ t .734* ~ ~Ptns!M.F

^ c e S «dB nD .fR-SAtETAp(xcaintt«tiy-ar- itqur tw

ns of 2nd & 3rd quality alfalls Herolord:

"'O'"* Purebred.

om lnB S.5«3733-7111. lu re ,'lo ts c

^tOWfe-ranno eicallent-

ittoo. 16 m o«h‘oJd..Ji«5.-

Amertean-Bed. RGEVARH

.73WOBO. . lurnituror Frt

■ 893 Roso Str*

: t r i c r a /i g e a n d ' Same's mu

Him Frigldalre. upright- THREE FAK

■.16cuble foot. 326-5901. Thursday. Frli

SALE: niova-Jnd.trldgo;i:

800 at 609 Main. Fllor, WostBomn.

on6:0D-7;30 p.m.----------------Garago Sale, 1

-------»-■— Nodh Locust.

R HEATING Compononis ' iteffls.jnlsc. 5

[islallaUon of solar walor- 10-5. 238.5lh

urn. BwlmmInQ pool Falls._______

cooling, Bulierfleld' In- PORCH SAI

« Research. irw-of-Twln; -Thuraday,— J

Id. Phono 73M833.---------- g ^ l o s . Ne>

,L y m

■ ■ ^ WE ARE NOW

FEOOERS 12000 BTU Air . •P"' Pl"®'

llonor.J300.734.5949, . '

kO ii(lfatariab> j p

3E DOOR. solld-doubir~-

S 'x r . 7334485.- ' - .....^

^ SHAKES dlKKt from ' B k ^ &T

allanytlmo. (503) 773-1152. H W p reen.O

' . *•-

TWO year old'hbrri A TBTUQ-^

j r d '“ bulI8“ for salo. •|B0tw«dN»fl

od. Cavalier lino. Ready TXT.

YOUNG Angus eulls; • -

d Angus Ranch. 543^915. aPPALOWA

111 al side or calvo soon. ai.3ofcoior<

17. - ........................................175008lertoh

rEREO POLLED Herolord FOR SALE;

) miles easl and M norlh - Horse Gold

augh. 432-5317. .King Ranch:

TEREO HEREFORD bulls. rpautI fuT

r'sissi ^ y“ T S

536-2601.

STEIN HEIFERS. Caso 5Q9 GOOD RIOIN

■actor. Caso Vac TrKloT. old. paint n

80. • . ' • horse, or 4-

-------- 734-246381101

I OR Springer cows o r ___________

r guaranleed. Buy 01 HORSES FO

df springers or beet. Hap Also horses

le Hughos, Buhl, 5 4 3 ^ ^ _ dl|ion.your V

SOOD. * -• ' prospocl. 487

ir-cows. anti j a l i r e a ^ ------ HORSE- 61

Best offer. Call anjrllmo. o o l l a t S

, .. _ _ .■ Oklahoma Fa

f f i S r S S

ey.32M224Fllef. _ ..

, -«2399'-Om r

S«0. New tw

ft. stock c<

. ■..-. - MltrninPOBII

1. Slonod rod roan, l gray 7 yoar old vT

■wall brokit, lD,yoars-otd— n » a . 3' yw

96;___________________ Horse gauM(

STEREOi:.APPALOOSA- brMtoS. palT.C

>g good 4H. show and ol b M

r a horso. »700. Phone 734- ^ l o.^ > o n ^ l

EL GELDING. BlMO face REGISTEREC

iroe stockings. Aboul 15.2 year old E

olid build. Excollont Sogoar Joi

italn--horso. .ilro lo sa — -nOTtiffrphorx

illl5ri-"p d i« 6 ' brtcS - d - -aBAU TTSJ

am ‘roping ^ptospecl.' 10'’

old M(»blo ol

nglA rgom 4nrfldiy,«50,' -Appjovwrni

nne.733-t287. ■

'UO-Reglsierod American... 8UedY«artln'

sr-OieetmitHieledrWda-L -8 0 4 0 6 0 .4 ^

I^.S79.00.324r8453r-----j

ER 'FINE:S horsethoslng.

jrinlmlna—s n d _ c u iio ta - - F s s o e n p ta

ig.326-4631. ,

EIX &AOOLE. HU r>ew, l i f l H l

HM.- LMl«> «W -hM d-

........- . I I - t n l S ^

ITIFUL-OLDER-Falomlnii- jtiM p -U k «

used In riding club and 4-. | M .the first

. . . . . .

•RED e /» a r ^ H ^ p p il4 ^ ~ 65 EWES wt

nousiidintkSlnoclubafld- -Rambouitlet

> ft«30______ .p.m. 823-4453

klUtaibtvlab W

n ^ - F O R M lN o ! ^ '^ - B E A U T tF U L "

concreK* work. Joh# BASKETS lor U

ders. 7334545. ' BMldIng plants 1

: - Including many .

alnflle petunias. I

■■iiir- • • . -I, ; - - .EUatA«min.V«nt

, • 6n t t » n TOMATO STAKES

lie 6aL May 7, 9 10 4 ~ i S t T h o t ' ^ i p r

0« North, SIh HouM HOUSTON HOME

trom Falls Ave. W..; ThlrdAve.Soolh.

pm the Red Bam Ar>»

--------

W N r^ R E .^ Io lh e s. m aoiC VALLGr i

irn e-o itln o -llo h i-flx ^ 'S S l S - ’S S r /lS I!

s of misceltaneous - Snop~:0 on-t.-0td

- _ 238 Eastland 73M!

ems. Including Char-

«trjc_l gHU. Oiterlzer a?.'222S*fJ-e"’,"J

cam erarwllh-caM S,------

sned school desk. - Shop. 238 Eastlinc

»s..M uch more. 2298 . BEREADYFORTF

East. VEGETABLE SE.

OAY. THURSDAY & O olsno"

»4ay HM. H39 7lh . Strx^er. NOWI Ca

H., Mens., boys, and : . - v ■ •. ,•

“ c lo lh e s ~ ” Bluffed BEEF AND PC

}ames. jewelry, tMwls. .quarters,'lamily

- —r—- .- - . - *; P*ck.. .oesnjWY.

low fabric .50* mosily. 'S S u f a W ’2 5

and much'moro. From £ ‘5 ? ^

XI Salurdsy. 5 « Adams Vlp, w V " 5

___________________ Bones, t 1.88. SI

kLE: Friday. Saturday. terxleriolns, S2.05

853 Blue U kqs Nodh. Pork chop*; tiaak

aco Time. - baeon,-'«usage.

__________________ others. Blue Lakei

ARiETYhousehoidina" -Cell-733-8980,-

■ Friday ar>d Salurday .evonlngs.

Street North. ■

^ L E ; Salurday May 7. QB

Collec^liblo pictures. ~ "

much more. 1149 OOBES. A.K.C.

Slrwl^ I y°Li u

3028, ovonlngs.

FAMILY M u io . "ALS .ST. BERN

. Friday*Saturday. 10- o'O- wllh papers, t

e s before 10 r m . t m - « « -------

!!L _________ ” SPRING CLEANINI

ale, May eand 7lh. 1150 Hems you no longt

:ust. From 9:00 to 5:00. dasslllod ad. C

SALE, fashionable-

tiros, household AKC BRITTAnye

sc. Saturday. May 7th, •• poodlea~and--enc

.6lh Ave. EasL Twin dalm atlans. spit

s a l e; W ednesdsy. 1230. ~

Friday; Lols .o f - .■■• •----- ■

New and used;-412 ( P n O F K S IO N ^

-------'. ^ U - T i . ^ '

HOW Kcepllng orders ‘

Jno tlrowood. Call 538- | & a o ! ^

^ P M tlT rM * S h ^ h o rta n d d o t

. . ^ e n away lo nl<

'tfllSH SCTTER^

I d f p u m a t'w e i^ .w dog*, akc reglslc

n.Call733^S>r. ' « M .

|- = ^ « u r T W I AQhX— -4 y e a r OLD

}Mg.-OBIMKou»*m- Suffolk ewe.- Vye

cross ewe. 7y - l8t

GELDINGS for Sale. FINN ANDOTLU*

. - -S & W X V

M S | 2 ! , . S ; - ^ o«E 5H = 53

slorod colts, Evervlngs. ‘

rrloh............................ ..

rEAR..O|d_Appaloosa..

K»d pack or saddle

!4-4412. ■^ c - C 'K . t r - f

LE; t^ ls le ro d Quaner horso Berkley pur

Soldlng. G w l^ F ro m -pw ei pdmer pun

Kh Stock. 733-2998. .hookup,2 yearsot

UL Palomino mare. 9 ' eO HORSEPOWER

)und and genllo. S750. giuions per mini

~____________ ___turbine pump and

lOiNQ. gentle. 12 yoar eap«Wo ol deep »

It mare. Good ladles «ntl »'« w n .1^

,r 4-H prospect. *400. Haoefman.Call83:

' R M n n

FOR salo of'trado. ‘ i 5 5 5 5 *

80S trained, vrlll corv FOflSAt£:Oalryf<

Uf show pr.enduranco , -boUttaftk.9344in,

o u B ir w S a f;

fiiin n ifm 800 gallon buiktani

s ta r . • g ra d u a te ^ o T '^n e w ' BEV fLE^

laFartlera College. 543-

RLS. we havo a two 3 UNIT SURGE

rallof. with 'dressing ayatem. Also 3

Id wllh a while top, for atalls snd auloma:

Ilia used t*u * iiotso:'' *®fr8J02i ..—.

w two horse, 11395. Iff ^ v^-V niT -■"„■-'

I combination. «795. '

-s r^ ± i-a ^ ;

fr. Oood horse pasture Oualiiy, Lovrost P;

w«lnr.«1S.734-.Tfl74._. - ^loOtifc.733Jfl9a_

i7 w * r a b tt n w ^ r te r ' ' —

““ DUE-TO

M l S K r * ? - — '’"ouqi

__ 3—!_____ — • Axlend "Eoriy D<

m o Quarter horso 4 count Prices'' vrf

IFUL—.A PPA L006/V - -6o»imor\WR-180:

•Ooort- pedfgree.-F ee- —rr;T-rrrv-.-.-r.-.-

3ie, color guaranloo. Continental 180*

dmares,only.734-76S8. .................

_________•■ '• B rldon2i0*.500

AA, AOHA Champion

^ e o m .M a t o o l t e r . .-Bota4ok16q-ieC

■ ■ ■ ■ n R R h eaW duty '

Bote-U)K"Sup«’;

'•M m uiactJrer'

^ - K n o tT ^tlR o ilr

• i l ' .. . i fcXui 4 2 3 ^ 1 -

3 with 85 lambs; Rnn . ^ P P ^ T

met crbss. Can after 8 ‘

4453.. V, • ' r*vf/>FoJJ»(byAJ

r t ^ i l O B W , ~ F t t i

"'H A N G IN G — miSH -SETTER.-'bU

MoJhe»;e Dey. p g p p lw .> 1 0 0 .8 2 ^

E CENTER. 212 CANINE COIFFURE

a w f f o r ^ S l i

r c ' ~.ia ^

■ragiL.ind^Mill- ^ K . c __ A fotian—p<

rdw boy Irom BOsrdIng - of; •malt p

Ives. M other tA v e d d o g g rt^ ln g —

rand Mili-Shopr «'■ spM llT y r-S H E P

0565. • - P006L E P«H =7»«72

'‘ ^ IoJ ^ ' r w ' aRc BUCK tab pur

nd. 7330565.' BEAUTIFUL K alp

THEFRUITAND Shegherd

;EAS0NS. Gel. B*lo-OS.829r5B24.

I SALE: AKC r

/all733-5378. .Vellow tabradPLPtlOPk

------------------- -- Kelchum. Can

>ORK iialvos;-- fie r 6 p .m .' .

f packs, steak /FORSALE:AKC3yoar

r_P» k . ■ Lean ^UkMlared.eallle. *75.

» r m .T ^ n i B r ^ -airerS pm i— '

IS, Chucks. 85« ____________

lb. Round *1.39. FOR SALE: AKC

bes. n.SB. T- SPANIEL Puppies.

SJrtoIns, -tl.79. before noon orsltor4;:

r e s J S : S ^ /•0i..«od,C .ll734-381

---------------------------------^---------

P itsiS ip p lin ce^ na 1,70. . 8 5 ^

.......... .........r - ~ ’Exeenenl-coiviiilloft;-

.. Blick/Rujt. terior.734-70?1alteffi;3

V llh u —

■ . ■ . «»glft l* s , S a l

lours ^ rice

fi,"Now"iiv C «m 'E quIp~m «rit~

u w i | 8 l i a s u i l £

s s ^ g a ■

IT. ■ ■

i S o i r - , \iilMir~~r-iit

■ “SS

m iw tifv -ii^ ■ •— ■-r'u j

[MOoTLToT'job magnum. »

------------U » o ^ . C35 or best.otfer.T;

cury motor. 788Sevenings. >

». g o ^ lor .•_______________________

187^822. , NEWniodOl'110012gauooi

i h .ii b ..i..o = K S 5 S ‘' S t 5

udo with till gauQO double barrel. G

■4527. condiiion, *165. Call W3^M1

m : ' ' sporiiitB

.1 trailer. Toe Hockey. looibaU. Servks

on. Alter e,’ makes. Open evenings unlH

o'clock. JsmesClaik. 733:680

iSJ. a W W - - ^ a S iS w a tlo n a l l'4Be. 4 Bo

storage bin JOHN DEERE 830 Diesel (roc

^-8750. oaiut^ r ^ n n iV *' '

row spud ' . .

rk VI Spud ,504 |ftiornalior«l Tractor

________ _ :.»700. Job_m«jicf_.loador..

peeled. 8'’ 10. P

’ b«tt.29ioet ..

-T 8 B r-N 0 r- • '^ ( p SALE: HealRTTCWr

cutter and 6 row-c<

‘ cw lvory wind rower. Used

BEEh S h'

jals 18.4x38 NEW HOLLAND Swather,

2823. excollont condition,

PILEF^. wKh' sKrlflCC,C3:5722.

2®’ CIRCLE J covered tilth wt

fS-OQ- Slock trailer, liko new. 734-4r

^ ffl"a n d A v c ?.« ;T ;F .o rp li

Wheel and FOR SALE: 35 Ferguson D«

^«ve--so-pei- --wtth~imitii--^wcfrN ow ~rubt

B3.--------- r r ■’ W soononrifernalional'attc

- rubber, *295. DON WILLIAI

190 AC. 185 Dona'S Tiro ^ C y c l ^

■ ■ ■ ■ ■ EQUIPMENT WANTED; D2. T

»■ BVi M l HD5or oqulvaloni or gas mo<

^ . r ^ s T d i r TCoSflrdo7.-fiirai5TffreB7raiii

O V flU i/fli,. THOnff M U t^- IS385 SUUtll I

r-40ei' - R oad., Oregon Qty. .Orei

. . 97045.|503)832-3846.

)NAL "B-row “ JOHN DEERE 10S-comblno,-i

MTiplelo wllh r> pickup rool, boan pickup:

----------allaohm onis.-T op-eondiil

- 85W3W. •

110 rack, Mih

38-2921 days,

Ih duals and'

Od Mark 78

531-5577'or'

OSEILl

— — ^ •••jo 4 0 3 6 ,i* o * » u n ii:r'i

lotlandSupor

. Cab. air •JD 2020

o. Exceileni •JD 4 0 .w llh lo o * r ,

P B 2 aa lto r8 elHC 1258,«)b, dyoli ■

•|H C9M ^eob, l^yeorold

—s--------------------•F A I^ U S ilP E R "M".

seed loader. ..........•

BEirEflDIPHEH

I drill: 537-'

■' -f. .. ';‘: r — ." . .— .

T hursday; May.5.1977— Tirn

T - j - z ^ U N ^ B U S I N E S S : ^ -

5-.83N /T illlir •" ”

III' I SAV, 6RWJTEI

i i r S . IlilASiB-DSPOs

0.1^5 ANDA-SUP-BP

: E M D 1 D U F E C

ATOMIC .

, w ere- ; . . : — ► I' T*K-

-F u tly f _ \ .

Batalina! ■« • • r

5 382 S ., -*1

07. * ■ ; * / l ^ m r-v

i_.hor- . • n

^ii'gS! _ ■ / L I K

ryiloc- --— ____

aools ' ^ • . • K"^ I \ CX

sITCO '

rorno ' '■'T* nim i .m

_______ t f e i o | s . .

FOR ^

S tc r- - •____________ ____

; s p i i . , h < d .

S a lt* SPAULDING GOLF.Clubs and

t>fu»strte twd- s www rgT rpnr*^

putter. Excellent condition..734- _

{?:

(k . . FOR SALE nighl crswtiVe,

!!!“ “ . ..................

lJJ?A IfU V om erU toflack.pl»l_

'v*. ' bucket boots, slis 8. brand new

^o«lllion.*20}TOB0W -.. . . . ..

n o .^ E U R O P E 908ISBs. S t o 9'

bools. Nevada G TU ndii^. and -

ige.ift.'. POlO»,»17D.ClB73Mei5_^. ,

chiokd,

n. M * : 'EQUALIZER hlidws Installed.'

Jf-.ra*-; no.wtHlf«j..lnller..brake8 and

, witlngwek)lngPhone733^1. .

IQO Shot '1968 ^FIREBALL TR*VEL

M-< ll< ^ -^ILfeflraS--^lh-iroOut.-"733—

832°.” ^ w n KIT C0MPANK3N, 18'. 1

sleeps 6. excslieni, olean.

I |^.;..i ,sttttlrtt,73M W a.:^

1978 KIT SIh wheel. 22' has

15’ Gem Trailer. Clean-venr'

untn iO good condiiion. Sloops S.

h6801. Phono 733-1322.

| t l ! ^

4 Hating -Z-30HN-DEERE-FAX p la n ter

; 2u Ion units for corn or beans. *t00.«

. each Complelo 4 row AC com

r o 8 a i^ Btanlo.. *»&, An old disc. *50.

» Call 934-5370.

___ _____INTERNATIONAL MODEL H

I tractor. Iraclor for sale. Runs good. Call

ke now.' 829-5532 8llor6p.rp.

' ! 4 bottom. 842 Inlornsiwrtal

.,0, „,,K wilh spring loaded trip bottom,

or Uko Minneapolis MM diosol. GIOOO.

w Mini "caHrduaiff.niO norsopowof.-AC*

21’ tandem -, disc, .soalod.

- - - ---• boarinoa, MM lOW grain drill

Tmr-iii^v w'th grass seeder. Massey

•-center> Forgusson 65 diosol. 13-8-38

se d v o itj rubber, majored and painted.

Phono 1- Private ownor. All bl Iho above

. ... oqulpmont In'fioW condition.'

-------------ready to,work. Call allor 8.878-

■fw. '** 7965.

* 275 INTERNATIONAL Swalhor.

______ ___now motor, conditlonor. usod

hwhool onoseas:on.70a4rbs.543-6678.

14-4722. ________ :___________ ^____

-■ — — 8 ROW olociric drivo dry Gandy

driven horbicldo applicator,and 8 row

3r phono cutaway. Phone 324-S747.-

rD ijw i 6880.:'- , - "

TJbber— ............. -

a » « ^ =

SAVE UP TP

SIhIS .■ ^

5 ? ? i . * 1 0 0

J2.TD9. • R iding M o w ers

• P ii«h M ow ors

Tdliron:------- * ' ------- ----

im -m ------■■ChBtii Suw3— ^-------

RotoTillor,

no,-Cab- — • - L o w n - T ro e lo r * ----------

iiupand

ndlllon... ......- ...... ---------------------------

■ H Alio —

- . - . ’IXo'Jf.FormhflridOaflfet::__

i l tU C IC H

■ S ^ EORDTRACTOR

; r.'X Im berlyltd.r ,- r 7 M a i a i

Q H H B S C S i l A

J , ' WANT TO BUY usod equlpmenl,

. ,. loraNFordTfacU>r.324-a5a,--- ■■

'WicUiWStN 2O TmoUrpotato"

bod. m yoars okl. Hauled

^ , aggjoxl^lely ,30 loads. 324.

v'** ” FENCE BUILOt~MT^xio(\ fence

V ■. chlaBc*sJ3DU402,— r

t N f T CUSTOM PLOWING 4 boltom

ifi-FolU w atts-piow .— tHscmgr'i'ouef,

• - -J harrowing;Releronces. Able to

: - — tra'riip 4 « B A M ^ 4 ( il- :

o u T i m s , p u M e T . . , ; - i - - ' i B

I Z , J I L & J 1 Q U . I K ^ i i l l

A. ' "y' ■' m

/V stV ■ '•!. H

c t - l i r ■ ^ ’'m

^ - j

^•-7— —i— '. I

5"^; 125 ^ T iirtllialliri;

eleciticbrakeslnslalladandair,--------- ■

1978 WIFderness Sth wheel with . ■

;r‘ air and awning, 27Vi feel. Con ., ■

l _ bo seen at 706.Vaklnw. Filer; : ■

^ Undom txle tim i ^ e r ” IM ' 7 B

T j rw w .733«0. ' M

S J NICE HOMEBUILT csm per -

^ traitor. *250. S le e p s 'e ig h t, ■

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B r ? c ■;'. '

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H h ' ■ ■ 1978 SPOHT KING BW C «fr^f

' iKkB, monomtllc (ollat, X

K iRon-water-(*Ak,-dutom«tJc.

rnaco. OuHn sli« bod. om

^ B r ''' '

FOB SALE. 197< Rawlfunnot, 15

- n.ifvoitf>ii«f.c>ii3;4-53y6.

| r l i l n l e r ’j M q T o

K . , Always Un

H ' : n'«w LAYTON Motor K om««,''

f i r fully contained.

■ . r -i fovallobu, complatoty Mr*

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H - . - f HUNTER’S-olwoyt und«nal

■ ' !bu«[nt«i*lhci 1965. 3. HUNT

' torrwrtond wont r*p«ot butlni

■ . 1 - ^ : B V CfH«f.»hnp anJoft R VS«

‘ DlM«l R w fl

' . m m itK S own ih tir own prop«

^ 1 ^ . ' - . ' - 't o YOU con buy for-lM*.-?.-!-

H - • }tw ooftH »bw t lino— lAYTON

:Your uyroN s t f

H ; - r . :tO v9r $200,000 invanlor]

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J& ipBli(^nm rhom M .73M 374. ,

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' t S 'SPftMQTIMEIanxuplLnM.Cal'

- ■ ^ ' i|M-iLM'^-Construction..ror-.>rM

ettinwlM on all types o< horn*

• - * | P ‘CASH BUYERS.are Mtehlng

i J K theW tntAdtew yiU y.They'ro

c l odrvo «o buy fn»m aomeooo-

j » - * n d ft m l ^ ** watt b e you- 731;

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c . o^lisr«..aiLsUas.Ooodln0.Eord.. 9

» ,lnc,.' Soulh Main. . Goodlno’

I- (Nontioldo Itcidquanora for all

1 t o s s . Lei* ovortiead & lowo/ I

= pfic#;, _ _

own & R.V: CenteLl |

ndersells! , .. .. ■

■ ^ N tw LAYTON 20- 5 1 h ' ■

WhMlert. 3 oxlo fully telf ■

eontelned. aqulpped,

...vlctdandrvody.1000. . .............H

L o N L y . . . , . * 4 7 5 0 . ■

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lallt 2. HUNTER’S hot been In '

'jnR'S ttond behind ihelr cut-

lneti.4. HUNTER'S hove a large

5«fvlc« mcehonle. J JjUNTER-S ^ _

e t i H o n d V e W ^

» fM f-M 0 A e y -« a -iu ]e h l_ 6 ^ ___:

perty ond hove low overheod* “ •

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V Magic Valley, with resulls)e

Tui A Oaasilied Ads. Dial 73741m

S u L I . ■ . ‘ ■. - -

Jq i 5 .a ^ Y I M MPMlO. 0 « «

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■ i repaired, reatored. al»o lam

~ A plclure#. .cnini. Expert^

- . P -.Reaeonible^TJMBTS.734.18

% - ■ • — . - v . v .

T* ■ B .GRAVEL ~ CRUSHED AND

xttTTTz: r —RUM-TOPBOC-^-1—

V We • « M h w . NM h V

^ ’ ^ CramandRioelno.731-12M.

"2 -. ® TIME FOR SPRING ho«i

- m cleaning? Sell Ihoee lle m i)

JJ.. - T -n o lonoer neod-wtth • rei

, r t = z | 0 ^ ^ i i n f i . a o i n s a - s r w i n

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^ ^ ^ O n - c ili^ u r n i s 4 i i - s t b (

"197& 3 1 'AIR5TREA7UT~^H

••'W A S ,. $16995

t A V I . . . $ 1 0 0 0

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12 4 3 B luo Lakfts BI

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